Investing On Any Political Outcome Can Be Dangerous

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Bill Kort


  • In our polarized world, your politics can be hazardous to your performance.
  • Many political claims seem to make sense but do not hold water.
  • The economy, energy policy and inflation may be the poster children of this campaign.
  • Market reaction going into (and coming out of) the 2022 midterm election has turned out to be totally wrong (the Red Wave that wasn’t).

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Your Politics May Be Hazardous To Your Performance

In our modern world, keeping on top of work and family issues is a full-time occupation. Most of us are not prepared, nor do we have the competence to analyze

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Fifty-plus years common stock investing experience. Worked forty-two years on the sell side in institutional equity sales positions with Kidder, Peabody, A. G. Edwards and Wells Fargo. My goal with is to provide a rational and a balanced counterpoint to what seems to be a constant barrage of media hype and misinformation on the markets.

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