The debt ceiling crisis has captured headlines once again, but should you worry? That’s like asking if you should worry about an asteroid hitting the earth — if it happens, there’s little you can do about it. While defaulting on debt would certainly be less than ideal, both sides acknowledge the need to raise the debt ceiling. So, instead of panicking, we recommend focusing on long-term investing and trusting in human ingenuity to overcome challenges. Speculating on political events is a risky gamble that’s best avoided.
Politics & Investing
Castlepoint Quarterly Webinar: Q1 2023
In this Q1 2023 market review webinar, Castlepoint Partner & Advisor Jake Weatherford, CFP®, and Partner & CIO Adam Lee, CFA®, provide a comprehensive analysis of the first quarter marketplace and current economic climate. The pair focuses on US stocks and bonds, international stocks, and different markets, offering valuable insights and perspectives on the financial industry. They also cover current events impacting the market and discuss why they plan to cover them.
How Government and Political Movements Impact the Markets
Government and political movements, both domestic and foreign, have an impact on the markets and how we invest. In this article, Castlepoint Portfolio Manager Adam Lee, CFP®, addresses five big political influences on your wealth.
My portfolio and The President
https://youtu.be/YUirWxLvKeE THE STOCK MARKET DOESN'T CARE ABOUT YOUR POLITICS! In order to be an equity investor in the great companies of the United States and of the World, a person MUST be able to handle short term volatility. Often we mistake INACTION with...
Presidential election proves panic not an investment strategy
Successful Investment plans shouldn’t be tied to which party holds office