Why Your Vote Matters for Your Money
With the antiquated Electoral College method of electing Presidents it’s easy to think your personal vote is of little consequence. Unless you live in a battleground state you’re stuck in a sea of Red or Blue no matter where your personal politics lie. That’s the reality for the presidential election but Eric Singer, author of Trade the Congressional Effect says your vote has more power than you may think.
In this episode of Investing 101 Singer explains three reasons why it’s not about the main event –electing a new president– but it’s the Congressional races, where your vote can really count and hold the key to your financial fortunes.
- Congress Controls the American Agenda
- Congress Creates Chaos
- Your Vote Can End Gridlock
You can see the full “Breakout” interview below: