The election is giving investors heartburn

Mark Garrison Oct 19, 2016
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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton at the second presidential debate on Oct. 9. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

The election is giving investors heartburn

Mark Garrison Oct 19, 2016
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton at the second presidential debate on Oct. 9. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
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The wild battles between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump — along with the various smaller skirmishes that will determine control of Congress — have been blamed for swings on Wall Street. Should Americans consider changing their retirement portfolios because of what’s happening on the campaign trail? The short answer is no.

Click the above audio player to hear from retirement savings experts about what really matters when it comes to long-term financial planning.

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