Halloween is right around the corner, and like everything else, it’s markedly different this year. Some people find it thrilling to dress up and decorate the house, others think it’s just plain scary. It’s the unknown that gives us that frisson of fear, and there are a lot of unknowns this year.
The election is days away, and we are being bombarded with predictions about the effects the winner will have on the economy. How concerned should we be? In balance, history shows that elections, just like daily market volatility, don’t affect long-term investors negatively. We have a long-term strategy in place to help you pursue your goals, so any uncertainty, whether market, political or otherwise, shouldn’t worry you. Simply tune out the noise, and turn your focus to your goals.
Here are some articles I found insightful. I’d love to hear what you think—feel free to reach out to discuss them, or anything related to your strategy. And be sure you have a plan to vote on November 3rd!
Which Party Would Be Better for the Economy? Here’s How Biden and Trump’s Plans Stack Up.
Oct. 26, 2020
While political rivals are forecasting economic devastation if former Vice President Joe Biden…