It’s practically Election Day in the United States again. For those who need a brief civics refresher, every 2 years the complete United States House of Representatives and one-third of the Senate are up for reelection.
While the outcomes of the elections are in doubt, one thing we can count on is that a lot of opinions and prognostications will be floated in the days to come. In financial circles, this will surely consist of the perceived effect on markets.
Should long-term investors concentrate on midterm elections?
We would caution investors versus making short-term modifications to a long-term plan to try to profit or prevent losses from changes in the political winds. Read the full report here:ACCESS THE FULL REPORT
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Douglas Finley founded Finley Wealth Management, a Fee-Only Registered Investment Advisor, with the goal of creating a firm that eliminated the conflicts of interest inherent in the financial planner – advisor/client relationship. The firm specializes in financial planning and investment management for high-net-worth individuals and families.
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