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U.S. election 2024: Unearthing investment opportunities
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Moomoo Markets: Investing during a presidential-election year

Moomoo Markets: Investing during a presidential-election year
Feb 28 08:00
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The 2024 United States presidential election will be the 60th quadrennial presidential election, scheduled for Tuesday, November 5, 2024. Incumbent President Joe Biden, as well as his predecessor Donald Trump, are running for re-election. If both Biden and Trump are nominated by their respective parties, it would mark the first presidential rematch since 1956.
But, how do presidential elections impact the stock market and your investments? In this episode of Moomoo Markets, we are thrilled to invite the renowned financial expert Jeffrey A. Hirsch to be our special guest, President of the Hirsch Organization and Chief Market Strategist for the Stock Trader's Almanac.

Live Event Info:
🗓️ Date: February 28
Time: 9:00 AM ET / 10:00 PM SGT
📍 Location: Your device - anywhere in the world!

In this deep dive session, Jeffrey will unravel the intricacies of the Presidential Election Cycle Theory, a concept that has intrigued investors for decades. Discover how historical patterns can signal market shifts and how you might adjust your investment strategy accordingly.

What You'll Learn:
• The fundamentals of the Presidential Election Cycle Theory.
• How election outcomes and political policies potentially affect market performance.
• Strategies for protecting and growing your portfolio during election years.
• Expert insights into the current election cycle and what it might mean for investors.

Last but not least, leave your burning questions in either the comment section of this post or in the real-time chatroom during the live stream, with exciting rewards waiting for you to claim! Jeffrey and Jerry will answer some of them during the live session.
100 reward points: Leave a complete question related to anything you're curious about investing in the comments section, and you'll be rewarded with 100 points.
1000 reward points: If your question is selected and answered during the live show, you'll be rewarded with another 1000 points.

Quiz Time!!!

Are you ready to gain a strategic edge in understanding how presidential elections sway the stock market? Now book the live show, and stay tuned!

Disclaimer:This presentation is for information and educational use only and is not a recommendation or endorsement of any particular investment or investment strategy. Before investing, please consult a licensed professional. See this link for more information.
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  • mr_cashcow : My moomoo points sensor is tingling!undefined My question is what are the market implications if Trump were to win the next election? Maybe more trump superhero nfts?undefined I have been loosely following US politics and it is frankly so complex...just down to two really old guysundefined

  • Wonder : Bull runs during election years - what are the odds that this will not hold true? Does the mkt expect to perform better if Biden or Trump wins?

  • ZnWC : Q1: What sectors will perform better if democrats or republicans win in a presidential election?

    Q2: Do you see US-China geopolitical will worsen in the coming presidential election? What's your advice on investing in China stocks?

  • HeyU787 : What have been the average market returns during past election years?

  • Demascus : Should US policy favour increasing defence spending after the elections, does it necessarily mean that stocks in the defence sector would see a rally?

  • 杰曼 : If Trump wins the election, it's probably something China doesn't want to see, because he doesn't play cards according to the cards and can't predict what he will do next; businessmen like to run the economy and not waste money fighting wars; US stocks don't do well and return to the glory of his previous presidency.

  • 73079341 : Do you think DWAC SPAC has potential to be an actual contender in the Big tech/streaming spaces, or is it just a pump and dump? I like it for the meme stock potential but I really want it to be something that provides competition to the big tech monopoly

  • Dubulator : With the age of the candidates do you think the markets will give greater consideration on vice presidents?

  • Bala Dulal : always 4 th year stock does better performance

  • KnovistraDerS : Statiscly speaking are there more bull runs during democratic presidencies or conservative presidencies?

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