• Month: October 2020

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29 October

The Potential Impact of the U.S. Presidential Election on the Markets—and What It Means for Investors

By in Economics, Investing, Politics

The stock market has seen its share of volatility in 2020. Through the first nine months of this year, the S&P 500 moved up or down by at least 2% on 42 days.1 This already makes it the most volatile year for U.S. stocks since the 2008–2009 Financial Crisis. We’ve been through a pandemic, disruption to the global economy, turbulence to the capital markets, and, of course, a highly contentious presidential election.

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5 October

October 5 2020 Market Update

By in Economics, Finance, Financial advisors, Market Update, Worth sharing

A Bump in Volatility and Questions Ahead

Stocks moved lower in September as a five-month market winning streak came to an end. The downturn was led by a selloff in technology stocks, which have paced the S&P 500’s recent recovery from its March 2020 low.

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