There’s a long-standing investment adage that the markets are considered to be in a healthy state when the soldiers (the small cap stocks) are advancing along with the generals (the large cap stocks).
Can the financial markets give a clue as to whether the incumbent or challenger has the better chance of winning a Presidential election?
During the election season it’s easy to get caught up in the candidates’ big campaign talking points. From immigration to foreign policy, to the various scandals and public incidents that always accompany the lead-up to Election Day, there’s enough fodder for a thousand different political discussions and arguments. Charles C. Scott of Pelleton Capital Management talked about […]