Updated September 6, 2023, at 9:30 PM
Every four years, American investors bear witness to the thrill of a new presidential election. Donkeys, elephants, bulls, and bears overtake the news of the day. Polls are taken, flags are waved, and signs are staked in driveways from sea to shining sea.
Every election has had its share of surprises and uncertainty. Still, the 2020 election has been further compounded by the effects of COVID-19, which has served to heighten the tension and polarization that accompanies election season.
But what does this all mean for you, your clients, and their investment plans?