Richard discusses the antics in Washington DC and the affects on the capital markets.
Our stock market has been experiencing a tremendous run since the bottom of the 2008/2009 recession. In fact, the current economic expansion will celebrate a full decade this June and could surpass the longest expansion in history that took place between 1991 through 2001. What might be ahead?
Can past election cycles provide a clue as to how the stock market might react to the mid-term elections? We analyze.
Do stocks really go through an “election cycle” every four years? Stock market historians have repeatedly analyzed market behavior in presidential election years, and what stocks do when different parties hold the reins of power.
What should you do if stocks rollercoaster before or after Election Day? This article provides some insight.
A wave of anxiety hit Wall Street two weeks ago today. On June 24, 2016, the United Kingdom elected to become the first nation state to leave the European Union. The “Brexit” can…
The United Kingdom voted to exit the European Union–a move that represents a significant crack in the foundation of the European Union