Don’t Let Presidential Politics Derail Your Portfolio
In November 2020, voters opted to send former Vice President Joe Biden to the White House. Does the change in the Oval Office matter for your portfolio?
Investors and traders commonly wonder how markets will be impacted by election results—candidates set lofty expectations for their performance and predict disaster if their opponent prevails. This makes it hard to avoid worrying about the prospects for your portfolio should your candidate lose.
Our special report, Focus on Market Cycles, Not Election Cycles, available exclusively from Adviser Investments, cuts through the campaign promises and gets down to the facts. In it, we compare stock returns during each party’s time in office to show how markets have performed over the long-term under both Democratic and Republican administrations.
- How markets perform in a president’s first year
- Average four-year returns for both parties’ presidents
- The impact of political rhetoric on market volatility
It’s never too soon to learn more about the risk politics poses to your investment portfolio. Fill out the form on this page to receive this free, no-obligation report today!
All investing is subject to risk of loss. Portfolio volatility related to political events and elections generally cannot be avoided nor can protection against such be guaranteed. Our report “Focus on Market Cycles, Not Election Cycles” discusses these events and the resulting historical market data.