Readers Worry About Political Risk Affecting U.S. Markets, But Not Acting On It

No matter your political affiliation, the goings-on in Washington, D.C., has had an impact on investors over the last several months. Post-election, U.S. stocks rose strongly in the hopes of increased infrastructure spending, lower taxes and reduced regulations. Eventually, though, the market looked for policy implementation and was disappointed by the initially failed repeal of…

 

One in Three Survey Respondents Want to Change Political Climate

This week’s Sentiment Survey special question asked AAII members what one thing they would change about the environment if they had a magic wand. More than one out of three (35%) of respondents said politics, particularly the election, taxes (many want to see reform), regulation and fiscal policy. Monetary policy was listed by 13% of…