Until Election Day, and maybe for a few weeks afterward if voting results are disputed, expect warnings about stock market volatility. But history has shown the market tends to rally after elections.
Charles Lemonides showed that following the past nine presidential elections, the stock market staged long rallies no matter which party won.
Something else to consider, no matter how the election turns out, is the likelihood of another round of stimulus out of Washington. The two parties are far apart at the moment, but both agree that more assistance is needed for business and families. It isn’t a stretch to expect another round of checks to go out and to see…