Elections and Markets: Will Higher Taxes Sink Stocks?
With the 2020 presidential election less than 30 days away, Kezia Samuel takes a look at Joe Biden’s corporate tax plan proposal and examines historical market performance after the corporate tax rate has been raised.
Read her insights and share with your clients.
Managing Director, Client Portfolio Management
What's Next for the Markets?
Learn what the various election results could mean for the markets and your clients’ portfolios. Hear from a panel of leading market strategists from BlackRock, DoubleLine and J.P. Morgan as they share their thoughts and insights on what’s next for the markets, the economy and the financial industry.
Qualifies for 1 CFP CE credit.
A View from the Hill; Elections and Markets
Join Washington, D.C. insiders who will share their non-partisan perspectives based on their time in the White House and the U.S. House of Representatives. They will share insights into how the elections may influence the markets and current areas of legislative importance to financial plans. Decisions that happen at the federal level can often directly impact important issues affecting both investors and financial planners.
|What History Tells Us About US Presidential Elections and the Market – Dimensional
|How Much Impact Does the President Have on Stocks? – Dimensional
|U.S. Political Change: Sweeping or Incremental? – Capital Group / American Funds
|Stocks Rally, but Still Face Hurdles – Nuveen|
|Volatility, the Vote and Taking the Long View – BlackRock|
|US 2020: The COVID Election – Part IV – State Street Global Advisors|
|US 2020: The COVID Election – Part III – State Street Global Advisors|
|US 2020: The COVID Election – Part II – State Street Global Advisors|
|US 2020: The COVID Election – Part I – State Street Global Advisors|
|Election Uncertainty Abounds – Clark Capital|
|The Election Outcome and Its Impact on Financial Markets – William Blair|
|U.S. Political Change: Sweeping or Incremental? – Capital Group|
|Elections & Financial Markets: The State of the Race – CIBC|
|How Should Investors Think About the Upcoming Election's Impact on the Stock Market – Beaumont|
|2020 US Elections: Uncertainty? Yes. Opportunities? Also Yes. – Nuveen|
|Q&A: The Pandemic and Politics – Neuberger Berman|
|Economic Outlook and Investment Strategy August 2020 – City National Rochdale|
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