Lowell on CNBC: Super Tuesday Could Bring ‘Biden Bounce’ or ‘Sanders Sell’
Chief Investment Officer Jim Lowell appeared on CNBC World to discuss the impact of the presidential election cycle on stockA financial instrument giving the holder a proportion of the ownership and earnings of a company. markets. He expects politics to affect daily market movements through November. Despite Monday’s rebound, Jim still sees numerous risksThe probability that an investment will decline in value in the short term, along with the magnitude of that decline. Stocks are often considered riskier than bonds because they have a higher probability of losing money, and they tend to lose more than bonds when they do decline. for investors to contend with.