In case you hadn’t heard, 2020 is a big election year. In fact, it is maybe one of the most polarized and heated presidential elections in quite some time— and we don’t even know who’s running yet. It will likely have an impact on the investment world too.
What happens to the stock market in election years? We’ll take a look back at election years since 1948 and see if that offers any insight into what we could expect in 2020.
To view on our webpage and see the chart we reference, visit: https://flemingwatson.com/what-happens-to-the-stock-market-in-election-years/
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