Smarter You Series - Politics and Markets

Smarter You Series - Politics and Markets

by Brandon Miller on Jul 25, 2022

Politics, Retirement Planning, Money, Financial Planning

Navigating today’s politics and the market at the same time can be the headache of the year. Things can get sticky as the market usually reacts to political changes and vice versa. Luckily, we can offer you some clues as to what to prepare for and how to handle uncertain times. 

To get answers to some of your pressing questions, watch Brio’s phenomenal portfolio analyst Jon Clements as he provides his insight and guidance.  He runs through the implications for the market in legislation leading up to the mid-terms, what experts believe may be the result of the election and ultimately potential items the market may price in after the votes are counter.

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