Election Day is little more than a week away. As a citizen, you may feel the results will affect many aspects of life in this country. But as an investor, your situation probably won’t change after the votes are counted.

No matter who wins, the financial markets may well show some politically driven volatility, but that often happens around elections, and it typically doesn’t last long. But what about the longer term? How might changes in policy and new legislation affect your investment outlook?

This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor, Edward Jones, Member SIPC, Erik Hendricks, AAMS 17 E. Middle St., Gettysburg; 717-338-9691; erik.hendricks@edwardjones.com.

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