Some say “the debate loser is America.” It’s a good time to be prepared.
Have you noticed how the economy reacts to the slightest change in President Trump’s situation? The debates have an effect, too – namely on the value of the dollar. The rest of the world is watching, and it’s easy to see how the debates and other economic triggers could be contributing to the world’s hesitation to use the U.S. dollar as a trusted store of value. And THAT could be bad news for retirement savers.
In this week’s Weekly Touchpoint Update, Devlyn Steele (Augusta’s lead economist) breaks down the cause and effect, educating us on the connection between politics and economics – important information for those who want to protect their hard-earned retirement savings.
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