Do elections matter to the markets? Would the financial markets fare better if there was more compromise and less gridlock in Washington, D.C.? What exactly should investors do between now and November? And what should they do if their preferred party does not end up winning the White House? Today’s article tackles all these questions with what the facts show, and some of the answers may well surprise you. (Case in point: markets have historically done better when nothing is seemingly getting done in Washington!) To read more, CLICK HERE.