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Our answers to investor questions about the 2020 election.
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Stock market performance during the transition period between outgoing and incoming U.S. presidents tends to be more dependent on the economic cycle than the election results.
Choosing investments that are familiar can be comforting, but how can you choose more objectively?
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Although investing in in-state municipal bonds may have tax advantages, there can be good reasons to buy out-of-state munis.
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Gradually cutting back on stocks can make sense for older investors—as long as they create a plan and stick to it.
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Exchanges may halt trading when the S&P 500 Index® drops quickly. Here’s how “circuit breakers” work and what they’re supposed to do.
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How do the tax plans of the two main candidates compare—and what, if anything, should investors do to prepare?
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Why investors shouldn’t expect to immediately know all election outcomes.
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We’re staying focused on the Federal Reserve, and looking for opportunities to generate income while mitigating risk.
In this episode of WashingtonWise Investor, Mike Townsend previews what to watch for on Election Night.

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