Many people are nervous about investing during an election year. And in 2020 especially, there is so much more uncertainty because of coronavirus and the last several months of civil unrest!
But as the election approaches, the headlines will turn more and more to the upcoming election and so it’s helpful to have an understanding of what a Presidential election year means for you and your portfolio.
That’s why in today’s video and this week on the podcast, I’m talking about several of those election year forces that influence your retirement portfolio and what you’ll want to know to keep a cool head as election day approaches.
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