Historically, the stock market has performed well in the first 100 days of a new presidential administration.
With narrow Democratic control in Washington, where will the new Biden administration set its policy focus?
Wellington Management’s municipal-bond team offers some insight on how the election outcomes might impact the municipal-bond market.
Our nation is going through a challenging time, but we’ve overcome past periods of economic and cultural turmoil.
With the 2020 US elections just around the corner, our experts weigh the potential outcomes and the implications for bond and currency markets.
Our analysis suggests such an assumption would be premature.
As long as you stay in your role as a financial professional, talking about politics could be helpful and supportive to your clients, and beneficial to your relationship.
Talking politics with clients can feel like the third rail. It can be tough and nerve-racking. Yet political conversations are close to inevitable these days.
Are the issues we’re facing today really that unprecedented? This client brochure and presentation step back to provide historical perspective for investors.
With the full results of the 2020 election finally in the books, investors may be worried about how the power shift in Washington could impact their investments.
A comparison between Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s proposed tax policy and the current tax law under President Donald Trump’s administration.
Donkeys, elephants, bears, and bulls: Why who is in the White House may matter less than you think.
The uncertainty surrounding an election can cause even seasoned investors to question their portfolios—but elections haven't impacted the market as much as you may think.
Dire predictions about past presidents have usually proven to be wrong.