Politics & Investing

The frenzy surrounding a US presidential election cycle often gives investors concern about how their portfolios will fare under a Republican or Democratic administration. 

Perceptions, including beliefs about which political party will be better for investors, may overshadow their investment strategies. But a long-term look at the performance of the S&P 500 Index can help investors stay on course. 

Here are 10 reasons to stay the course during the next election cycle.

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