Today is election day, and with that comes a lot of opinions. Do politics really matter when it comes to an investment portfolio? The short answer is no. An article on Investopedia details this and shows that ultimately the stock market doesn’t show favoritism to one party or another. The country can be very polarized when it comes to politics and elections, and this can cloud people’s vision of the stock market as well. However, it doesn’t matter who is in charge when it comes to the stock market, but rather what is happening economically at any given time. With this, you can be confident that your portfolio is unbiased either way, whether your party wins or loses.

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