Lightspeed customers can learn about investing during a Presidential election year.
The current economic environment is unprecedented. We are facing a recession, pandemic, the appointment of a Supreme Court judge after the passing of Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a President who has covid-19, and a presidential election. The stock markets dislike uncertainty and uncertainty abounds.
Join us during this live Q&A to discuss what factors might be considered when investing during a Presidential election year and if economic statistics can predict the outcome.
- The current economic environment.
- Points to consider regarding markets during a presidential election.
- How investors behave during Presidential election years.
- Can economics predict the outcome of a Presidential election?
- What does the Iowa Election Market (IEM) predict regarding the presidential election?
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