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Stock Market Response to Election Uncertainty

The presidential election promises to be close again this year. What will be the stock market response to election uncertainty? Traditional thinking is that Republicans are pro-business and that Democrats are not. Thus, you might think that the stock market would fear a Biden presidency, welcome four more years of Trump, and move accordingly as polls indicate. But, our sister site, Profitable Trading Tips noted, in an article about how the market will respond to a Biden presidency, that the market is more likely to go after a Democratic victory than a Republican one. But, what happens when the election is going to be close?


Companies Under Nasdaq

If you want to find stocks in the tech sector and especially growing companies, look for companies under Nasdaq. Nasdaq ranks just behind the New York Stock Exchange in daily value of shares traded. It was founded in 1971 was the first electronic stock market in the world. Nevertheless, it functioned as a quote system initially. Because it lowered the bid to ask price difference for trades, it was popular with traders but not with brokers. Today Nasdaq is where you can trade the world’s largest tech companies


MSFT Stock Nasdaq

Those who invested early in the MSFT stock Nasdaq listed more than thirty years ago are rich. But, even today Microsoft is one of the best tech investments. Anyone who purchased a few share of this stock when it went public in the late 1980s has seen their investment grow about more than 1,000-fold with stock splits and an increasing share price. The current quarterly dividend of Microsoft is $0.51. This is more than twenty times the original share price and will be paid out four times a year! Tech stocks have driven the stock market since the Financial Crisis and have proved to be somewhat immune to the effects of the covid-19 crisis. In fact, they may be propelled by the move online as social distancing becomes the norm. Here are some useful bits of information if you want to invest in MSFT.


Will AI Replace Investment Bankers?

Computers are getting smarter every day and artificial intelligence is moving into businesses like banking and replacing jobs. But will AI replace investment bankers?


Is Gold a Good Investment Now?

Gold is always a useful part of an investment portfolio. Although gold prices may fluctuate over the short term, gold maintains its value over the years. Gold is an excellent long term hedge against the devaluation of paper currencies and investments like stocks and bonds that are denominated in these currencies.


Future Dow Jones

nvestors who want to speculate on movements of the Dow or who wish to hedge against loss with other investments can buy and sell Dow Industrial Average Futures. The most commonly used futures instruments are called E-mini Dow Futures.


Kennedy Act and Investing in China

As the trade war with China continues to simmer, a new law under consideration in Congress could reduce foreign capital flowing into China by way of investment in Chinese ADRs listed in US markets. The Kennedy Act which was passed by the Senate and is awaiting action in the House could put a crimp on investment going into China. It would require Chinese companies to provide the same level and quality of financial information to US investors as US companies and most other ADRs do.


Low Risk Investments 2020

When the market is volatile you can look for high profits and accept the risk or find the low risk investments 2020 offers. Unfortunately, investments that are traditionally low risk are also low reward. And, many usually safe investments during normal times are terrible investments in a time when the covid-19 pandemic is changing the economy. Here are some thoughts to consider when thinking about low risk investments during a perilous time for all investors, including how, in fact, you can invest without losing any money during these times.


How Will Your Investments Do in the Second Half of 2020?

The stock market fell with the onset of the covid-19 pandemic and then recovered. How will your investments do in the second half of 2020? We wrote recently about stock market recovery risks. We noted that three things need to happen for the economy and the market recovery to continue. The Fed needs to continue


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