Feb 13, 2020
In episode 227 of Financially Simple, Justin gazes into his crystal ball to answer a listener’s question on predicting the stock market during an election year.
Tiffany asked, How does the Stock Market react during a Presidential Election Year? Justin looks at different studies that have tried to analyze the market’s movements, in order to predict outcomes.
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01:45 - How Does the Stock Market React During a Presidential Election Year?
03:06 - Not The First To Ask This, And Won’t Be The Last
04:13 - A Way to Beat the Market
06:49 - Past Performance is not Indicative of Future Results
08:49 - Can the Presidential Election Actually Influence the Stock Market?
11:23 - The Pepperdine Study 1942-2002
14:32 - Bear Markets
15:34 - Conclusion
18:34 - Wrap Up
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