10 Things to Review Before the Election!
The whole world will be watching as Donald Trump and Joe Biden go head to head in the upcoming US Presidential Election on November 3rd, 2020. As we tick away the days, weeks, and months, the impact of this specific appointment will inevitably have a huge impact on the future of the world economy, and this will be reflected in the performance of the global stock markets for years to come.
This book is not designed to be political, in fact, the goal of this book is to help you as an investor, think through all the implications of the upcoming election. This book is designed to help readers navigate through this complex financial landscape we face by recommending a variety of investment strategies, tactics, and portfolio allocations in preparation for this historical event, that is rapidly approaching.
About the Author
Ken Mahoney, CEO of Mahoney Asset Management is an investor, author of 9 books including 10 Things to do Before You Retire and Not Your Father's Retirement, and a licensed financial advisor for more than 31 years.
Mahoney Asset Management offers clients tailored retirement solutions. Using data provided by the leading financial research companies, Morningstar and Standard and Poor’s, they provide detailed performance analysis and investment recommendations for goals such as preparing to leave your job, purchasing a second home, or planning for retirement.
Due to Ken’s comprehensive financial expertise, he is sought after by CNBC, Fox Business Channel, Mornings with Maria,
The Today Show, CBS, and ABC to speak on topics such as planning for retirement and stock market investment strategies. Ken is also frequently quoted in leading newspapers and magazines including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, CNN.com. Ken is on the radio daily delivering the Market Report on WHUD, The Peak, and WRCR. On Sundays, Ken hosts a well-known radio program on WHUD called A GPS for Your Finances.
Considered by the financial industry as an established financial expert, Ken was recruited to serve on the House of Representatives Banking and Financial Services. In this capacity, he advised the Chairperson of the Committee, Congresswoman Sue Kelly, on the impact of new financial regulations, Federal Reserve Bank transparency, and guided the
Committee in asking questions of Alan Greenspan.
A believer in giving back, Ken has been serving his community for more than two decades volunteering as a member of Meals on Wheels and The United Way. Ken is the former Chairman of the Board at Make-A- Wish Foundation, and currently serves as chairman of the alumni board.
Acknowledged by the New York State Legislature for his dedication and outstanding community service, Ken was honoured with a Distinguished Service Award and chosen by Rockland County as community leader of the year.