Stock Market Is Unfazed By Russia Indictment, Displaying What Makes America Great
After a 37-page indictment alleging a criminal conspiracy directed by the Russian government to meddle in the 2016 U.S. presidential election was posted at about 1 p.m. E.S.T. on Friday by the U.S. Justice Department, faith in the nation, as measured by the stock market, remained unshaken. Stock prices barely budged on the news.
The good news is that the stock market's performance on Friday indicated confidence of investors that justice ultimately will be done. Share prices of America's largest companies stayed stable because investors wisely focused on the long-term strength of U.S. economic fundamentals.
Here's some insight into current economic conditions and the kind of ongoing analysis required to manage wealth prudently for the long-term through good and bad times.
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