Politics and Markets
Election-Year Politics and the Markets
We had such a great response to Jeff's presentation August 25th we're bringing him back!
Featuring Jeff Bush from The Washington Update
Thursday, Sept. 17 at 6:30pm
Presented via Zoom
Washington insider Jeff Bush, from the Washington Update, will address:
- Factors that may influence the national election results.
- The markets’ likely reaction and potential fallout from the election, based on the party that comes out on top.
- Strategies to help manage potential market effects.
- How coronavirus legislation may affect individuals, small businesses, industries, the U.S. fiscal situation, U.S.-China relations, and the national election.
The parties and candidates offer starkly different views on issues that will define American policy for years to come. The economy is paramount, and many of the country’s most contentious issues that could affect the economy will be on the table such as trade, healthcare, and taxes.
Registration is required. After registering, you'll receive a confirmation email with your link to watch the live presentation on September 17th.
About Jeff Bush
Jeff Bush collaborates with Andy Friedman to develop content for The Washington Update, and delivers that content in insightful and lively presentations. Known for his unique ability to translate difficult and confusing information coming out of Washington D.C. into winning growth strategies for investors, Jeff does more than 200 presentations yearly in the US and abroad to a client base that includes a who’s who list of fortune 500 firms from Wall Street to Main Street and everywhere in between. Jeff frequently appears on CNBC’s Nightly Business Report and POTUS Sirius/XM Radio and was the youngest managing partner in the 150-year history of The New England Financial.
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