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Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘The Stock Market & Presidential Elections’ – Mullooly Asset Blog
- When it comes to presidential elections, the stock market hasn’t cared which political party is in power – and you shouldn’t either when it comes to your investments. We show some numbers to back this up in our latest blog post.
‘Why Own Bonds When Rates are So Low?’ – Nick Maggiulli – Of Dollars and Data
- 10-year treasury bonds are yielding less than 1% and plenty of people are asking why they should own bonds at all. Well, luckily for us, Nick has answered that question in his latest post.
‘The Voting Machine’ – Drew Dickson – Albert Bridge Capital
- 33 years after the crash of 1987, Drew shares his experience leading up to that day and during the crash. It was an eye-opening instance of human emotion and psychology and how it plays into market moves.
‘Lots of Overnight Tragedies, No Overnight Miracles’ – Morgan Housel – Collaborative Fund
- In Morgan’s latest post, he illustrates the saying that good news takes time, but bad news happens instantly. It’s a well-known adage, but it’s so very true. Rarely does anything miraculous happen overnight, despite what people might want.