Mid Week with Day & Ennis

This close to the election, investors should resist the urge to alter their portfolios. That’s according to the team at Schwab Investment Management, who provide 4 reasons to wait. Do presidential debates move markets? Mark DeCambre of MarketWatch offers analysis on the first face-off between President Trump and former Vice-President Joe Biden. There are 6 things you can do to avoid investment fraud, as Investor.Gov explains.

4 Reasons To Stay The Course As The Election Approaches — Unemployment is above 8 percent, the federal deficit as a percentage of GDP is the largest since World War II, and the U.S. death toll from COVID-19 is nearing 200,000—yet markets are near their pre-pandemic peaks as an election approaches. How should investors respond to so much uncertainty? Here’s why they shouldn’t do anything yet. Read more…

How The Market Tends To Perform After The First Presidential Debates — Debates ordinarily don’t alter the course of history. They haven’t been a major market mover either. But could this hotly anticipated tête-à-tête between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden prove different? That’s the question some investors may be pondering as they brace for Tuesday’s first scheduled presidential debate. Read more… 

What You Can Do To Avoid Investment Fraud — It’s far too common for many investors. But you can protect yourself by following the steps outlined by Investor.gov. Read more…

 

John R. Day, Bill Ennis, Stephanie Hall, and Matt Heller

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