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Has Washington Gone Blue?

Wednesday, January 6, 2021, will be remembered in the history books—for a couple of reasons. First, while Congress met to count the inaugural votes, we anticipated that members from both houses would be objecting to electors from some states. What we didn’t anticipate was that the Capitol would be besieged by an angry mob that delayed, but did not prevent, the ultimate announcement of Biden’s victory.

As we approach the beginning of a new year and consider what it may bring, it’s helpful to reflect on the one now behind us. After what has been a tumultuous year of unbelievable events and unprecedented circumstances, we’ve made it to a point where there may actually be more good news than bad.

Outlook 2021: Where We Are and Where We're Headed

As the election continues to play out—with Biden being declared the winner of the presidential race and the Republicans taking back some seats in the House and likely retaining control of the Senate—it’s a good time to evaluate what this might mean for your investments.

Despite Election Uncertainty, Markets Rally

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