What is the Stock Market Performance under Republican Presidents? Do the Democrats Fair Much Better?

Posted on April 22nd, 2011 by admin1 in republican marketing

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http://wConventional wisdom in the United States suggests that stock returns are better when a Republican president is in office. This belief is fostered by the Grand Old Party’s traditionally pro-business, anti-tax platform. Democrats, on the other hand, are traditionally associated with an anti-business, tax-and-spend platform based on using taxation policies and welfare programs to redistribute wealth from affluent individuals and large corporations to people at the lower end of the socioeconomic scale. Despite these well-established characterizations of each party’s position, a 2003 study conducted at the University of California’s Anderson School produced numbers that reveal significantly better stock market returns when the nation’s highest office is held by a Democrat. Read on to find out moreww.bloggingstocks.com/2008/09/05/are-republican-presidents-better-for-the-stock-market/print/

http://www.investopedia.com/articles/financial-theory/08/political-party-democrat-republican-stock-returns.asp

3 Comments on “What is the Stock Market Performance under Republican Presidents? Do the Democrats Fair Much Better?”

  1. Shary

    http://wConventional wisdom in the United States suggests that stock returns are better when a Republican president is in office. This belief is fostered by the Grand Old Party’s traditionally pro-business, anti-tax platform. Democrats, on the other hand, are traditionally associated with an anti-business, tax-and-spend platform based on using taxation policies and welfare programs to redistribute wealth from affluent individuals and large corporations to people at the lower end of the socioeconomic scale. Despite these well-established characterizations of each party’s position, a 2003 study conducted at the University of California’s Anderson School produced numbers that reveal significantly better stock market returns when the nation’s highest office is held by a Democrat. Read on to find out moreww.bloggingstocks.com/2008/09/05/are-republican-presidents-better-for-the-stock-market/print/
    http://www.investopedia.com/articles/financial-theory/08/political-party-democrat-republican-stock-returns.aspReferences :

  2. elkdevel

    Well considering under Bush was the highest it has been and now obama keeps it low, what do you think?References :

  3. Johnny B

    On Wednesday, the New York Times performed an election year public service with an analysis that was part history lesson and part thought exercise. Taking the example of the S&P 500 going back to Herbert Hoover, the Times rightly concluded that the Democratic Party "has been better for American pocketbooks and capitalism as a whole." But the Democrats’ proven track record isn’t limited to the S&P index. As history has proven time and again, Wall Street and the economy overall simply do better under Democratic presidents.
    http://www.perrspectives.com/blog/archives/001266.htmReferences :

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