During yet another volatile week on Wall Street, due in large part to the uncertainty surrounding the spread of the coronavirus, another story has garnered significant news coverage and has impacted the market almost as much. It was the political twists and turns surrounding the Democratic presidential primary both before and after this week’s so-called Super Tuesday. We’ve focused recent podcasts on the impact of the coronavirus on the stock market. This time, CFN’s John Walker discusses the impact presidential elections, and the political party in power, have had on stock market performance. John’s historical look yields some interesting results you may not have expected.
Program Length: 17 minutes