Can a Presidential Winner Be a Loser for the Stock Market

Can a Presidential Winner Be a Loser for the Stock Market?

In this Investment Brief, Segal Marco Advisors tackles the question: To what degree can electing a new president influence stock market behavior?

Learn:

  • How stocks have fared historically during the first year of a new president’s term,
  • How a change in the Oval Office can affect consumer confidence, and
  • To what extent a president’s acts or policies can trigger an economic downturn.

To learn more about how we can help clients understand current events in the context of their long-term investment objectives, contact your Segal Marco Advisors consultant.

Report — November 2016

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