Video: Beware the Election?
The expectations leading up to the election are likely to produce swings in sentiment and stock prices, but over the following four years of the next presidency, I believe the results of the election are unlikely to drive U.S. equities for two reasons.  Brad Neuman discusses the upcoming U.S. election and the potential impact on investors.
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