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3 Mistakes Investors Make During Election Years

| October 03, 2020

Investing during an election year can be tough on the nerves, and 2020 promises to be no different. Politics can bring out strong emotions and biases, but investors would be wise to put these aside when making investment decisions.

Rob Lovelace, Equity Portfolio Manager, and Darrell Spence, Economist, at Capital Group discuss three common mistakes and how you can avoid them.

  • Mistake 1: Investors worry too much about which party wins the election
  • Mistake 2: Investors get spooked by primary season volatility
  • Mistake 3: Investors try to time the markets around politics

Read the full article here.

Guide to Investing in an Election Year PDF

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