Columnist Barry Ritholtz: During the ordinary course of business, a president isn’t usually an especially important market-moving agent. So as the 2016 campaign grinds toward a finish, you will do best by keeping politics out of your investment portfolio; save it for the voting booth!
Columnist Barry Ritholtz: During the ordinary course of business, a president isn’t usually an especially important market-moving agent. So as the 2016 campaign grinds toward a finish, you will do best by keeping politics out of your investment portfolio; save it for the voting booth! Mark Lennihan Associated Press file
Columnist Barry Ritholtz: During the ordinary course of business, a president isn’t usually an especially important market-moving agent. So as the 2016 campaign grinds toward a finish, you will do best by keeping politics out of your investment portfolio; save it for the voting booth! Mark Lennihan Associated Press file

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Today’s economics lesson: Markets neutral when it comes to politics

October 07, 2016 10:35 AM

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