Election 2020: Managing your emotions

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It can be difficult to mind one’s emotions when it comes to investing, and if the election introduces new economic factors, this may be more challenging than ever.

Election 2020: Economic Issues in the Crosshairs

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Nearly 8 in ten voters say that the economy will be very important to them when they cast their votes.But when voters say “economy,” what do they really mean? Is it a catch-all phrase for personal finances? Not exactly. Here’s a breakdown of voters’ top three economic concerns and what each candidate has said about the issues.

Election 2020: Preparing for Any Outcome

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As the U.S. presidential election draws near, expect to see more and more headlines that propose, “What will happen next if this person is elected?” or, “What policy changes to prepare for in the next four years?”