The Election Impact: The Presidency
Market Commentary Highlights...
- During the next six months, the elections will likely become an increasingly potent driver of financial markets.
- There has been no significant performance difference in the year after the presidential election based purely on which political party won the White House.
- Instead, the stock market has been more likely to respond to whether the incumbent political party won or lost. The stock market may be returning to favoring challengers.
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