Elections and Stock Markets

Elections and Stock Markets

THE U.S. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IS MOVING THE STOCK MARKET? Elections often produce market volatility because markets hate uncertainty, and there is nothing certain about the outcome of the U.S. election. Election-induced volatility, however, often is relatively...
Election 2016 – TGIAO

Election 2016 – TGIAO

Thank God It’s Almost Over… During July 2016, Pew Research reported almost 60 percent of Americans were suffering from election fatigue. They weren’t uninterested in the election. They were just worn out by never-ending news coverage that focused on candidates’...
Markets Don’t Care Who Is Elected

Markets Don’t Care Who Is Elected

IT’S AN ELECTION YEAR! The influence of elections on markets, investors, and economies has been examined and re-examined over time. Theories have been developed. Ideas have been promoted. Some may be accurate; some may not be. Here are a few things to keep in mind...

Forecast 2016: The Presidential Election

Forecasts 2016: The Presidential Election Affect (of lack of same) In his 2016 Forecasts Event (held January 26th, 2016), Jonathan K. DeYoe discussed the importance of the 2016 Presidential election for the markets and economy. The important thing to keep in mind is...

DeYoe Weighs in on Debt Downgrade, August 10, 2011

Debt Downgrade: Obvious Symptom of Bigger Problems The Standard & Poors (S&P) rating agency downgraded US debt from AAA to AA+ with a negative bias on August 5th 2011. Prior to Aug. 5th, 2011, the US had enjoyed its AAA rating for almost a century.  This...
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