Money Brain: How to keep Trump-Clinton anxiety from derailing your portfolio

If you believe even a fraction of the rhetoric you’re hearing from the 2016 U.S. presidential campaigns, you might be nervous about your investment portfolio.

Both parties are doing their best to warn that electing the other candidate will cause the stock and bond markets to crash.

So what’s an investor to do?

Successful investing depends not on which candidate is elected but on your emotional response to the political process. And so far, it seems lots of people are reacting badly. According to a June survey of affluent and high net worth investors by UBS, three-quarters of those surveyed believe the presidential race will have a dramatic impact on the U.S.

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