30 October 2020

“The polls may favour Biden, but everyone has post-traumatic stress disorder from 2016 when all polls showed Hillary Clinton would win. Elections are anything but predictable these days, and I am just happy that we are finally just a week away and all of the hypotheticals will be answered. I have no idea who will win. My fingers are crossed.” Democrat Mark Kellman

Donald Trump has consistently trailed Joe Biden by high single digits in polling averages. His approval rating has consistently been underwater. On the polling alone, Trump needs a miracle to win re-election. But he needed one in 2016, too. A good sign for Trump is that the US economy is largely continuing its march to recovery.  However, Congress still hasn’t passed a new coronavirus stimulus bill. As an investor, will a change or presidency be good or bad for the share market? The overall view is that the market has priced in a Democrat victory and the main concern is controlling the virus, not who will win the election. Is it a good time to jump into the market or sit and wait?

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