While we can’t predict the electoral results for the presidency or Congress, given the stakes, investors would be wise to explore potential ramifications. Here’s our take on the impact from a number of angles.
For What It's Worth: Proactive Tax Management in an Election Year
Will new tax legislation take effect retroactive to January 1, 2021? The precedent already exists. That means the window for tax planning may be closing, depending on the outcome of the election. Review your tax plan now.
How Will the Election Affect the Market?
With the 2020 election rapidly approaching, we look at how the market factors in elections and what that means for investors in the coming months.
How Trump and Biden Stack Up on the Big Issues
What would a Trump or Biden win in the election mean for the economy? Who wins the White House in 2020 will have critical implications, but just as important (and often overlooked by investors) is which party will control the Senate. We look at what different outcomes could spell for the economy after the election.
Election 2020: Which Sectors Could Win or Lose
We’re all on pins and needles to see who wins the 2020 election. But in addition to the candidates, there will be other winners and losers—the asset classes, industries, and companies whose fortunes strengthen or weaken depending on the outcome.
What Happens to Tax Deferral If Biden Wins?
With polls showing the potential for a Democratic victory, some are asking how tax reform might look under a Biden administration, and whether maximizing your tax-deferred savings still makes sense.
WHAT THE US ELECTIONS MAY MEAN FOR CORPORATE BONDS
The US elections are drawing closer, and the potential policy implications are wide-ranging. What might election results mean for corporate credits?
WHAT DOES THE ELECTION MEAN FOR THE MARKETS
How is the market poised to respond to the approaching election? Bernstein's Co-Heads of Investment Strategy, Alex Chaloff and Beata Kirr, join us to discuss what aspects of the election we have our eyes on and how we're preparing portfolios for whatever November brings.
POSITIONING PORTFOLIOS FOR ELECTION UNCERTAINTY
The 2020 election is rapidly approaching. How should investors prepare for it? We lay out some helpful advice and share how Bernstein’s portfolio managers are incorporating the election in their holdings.
How Might the Markets Behave After Election Day?
Options markets are implying five times greater daily volatility around the upcoming election. Why? Because an immediate decision is unlikely. What can we learn from the market’s reaction to the 2000 contested election?