Navigating the Election Year Bear Market Aftermath
Election years are traditionally up years. Incumbent administrations shamelessly attempt to massage the economy so voters will keep them in power. But sometimes overpowering events occur and the market crumbles, usually resulting in a change of political control. Since 1948, election years usually suffer a brief span of weakness early in the year with only two losses in the last seven months of all these years. Get Jeffrey Hirsch's latest market outlook and seasonal investing opportunities in sector ETFs and top-ranked stocks and learn the ins and outs of his best six months switching strategy.