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Policies Over Politics: Investing For The Election

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As we near the 2020 Presidential election, rhetoric from both sides is ramping up. Depending on your personal “echo chamber” of social media, you are likely confident why your candidate is the best choice, and the opposition is the worst. However, when it comes to economic prosperity and the financial markets, who is the best choice? To answer that question, we will focus on the “policies,” not the “politics.” In our most recent “Candid Coffee” event, I sat down with Danny Ratliff, CFP, and Richard Rosso, CFP to discuss policies over politics, and investing for the election. In our conversation, we cover much of the data I recently produced in “Whoever Wins, We All Lose,” from the impact of debts, and deficits, on economic growth, the Candidates policy prescriptions, and how the markets

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As we near the 2020 Presidential election, rhetoric from both sides is ramping up. Depending on your personal “echo chamber” of social media, you are likely confident why your candidate is the best choice, and the opposition is the worst. However, when it comes to economic prosperity and the financial markets, who is the best choice? To answer that question, we will focus on the “policies,” not the “politics.”

In our most recent “Candid Coffee” event, I sat down with Danny Ratliff, CFP, and Richard Rosso, CFP to discuss policies over politics, and investing for the election.

In our conversation, we cover much of the data I recently produced in “Whoever Wins, We All Lose,” from the impact of debts, and deficits, on economic growth, the Candidates policy prescriptions, and how the markets have reacted throughout history.

I hope you find the information useful.


Lance Roberts
Lance Roberts has sharpened that lens with 30 years in the investing world from private banking and investment management to private and venture capital. Lance Roberts’ perspective and common sense analysis is sought after by media outlets such as Fox 26 News in Houston, CNBC, CNN and Fox Business News along with numerous publications including the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Reuters and the Washington Post. Roberts is the Editor of the X-Factor report and publishes the blog Daily X-change.

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