Why The Presidency Is Irrelevant To Market Returns

Posted On March 28, 2017 4:54 pm

Since the election of Donald Trump the financial media has given the new administration’s proposed policies way too much credit for each and every tick in the markets. While economic and tax policy is important at the margins, in the long-term┬áthe fact is that Wall Street doesn’t much care who is in the white house.

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