Democratic or Republicans? Who is more favorable to 401K and insurance wealth?
President Trump tweeted a "warning" that if Democrats were elected this year, tax rates would soar and stock markets would plummet and your pension accounts would "disintegrate" and "disappear"
The data indicated that 75% of index insurance holders have opted to hook up to S&P 500 account. At the same time, for the vast majority of retirement account holders, the performance of the stock market is tied to our money bags and pensions. It is now in the 2020 election year, it was no surprise that Mr. Trump, a Republican, made such a statement in his bid for re-election. But Mr. Trump's comments raise new questions about all concerns about wealth growth, holding 401 (k), IRAs, US securities accounts and their derivatives assets, and especially the holders of U.S. financial policy accounts - and even a growing number of voting Chinese insured groups- and democrats, who will be elected in the 2020 election, which is better for our wealth accumulation and inheritance? Or, to put it bluntly, more favorable to our retirement income?
There is no standard answer to this question. But, just like looking back at the policy account's historical performance earnings data, we also found a back-and-forth data on the performance of the U.S. stock market during successive U.S. presidents. We hope to use the presentation of the data below as a reference to each other's path to finding answers to help you come up with the right answer for you.
Since 401K is a product of post-1978, and the stock index insurance account is a post-1997 product, and at the same time limited to space, we have chosen the past five (including the current) presidents for statistical analysis, they are:
- George G. W. Bush.
- Bill Clinton.
- George W. Bush.
Bush, a Republican, served as U.S. president from 1989 to 1993 for 48 months, during which time the U.S. stock market rose 47.5 percent.
Clinton, a Democrat, served as U.S. president from 1993 to 2001 for 96 months, during which time the U.S. stock market rose 211.3 percent.
George W. Bush, a Republican, served as president from 2001 to 2009 for 96 months, during which time the U.S. stock market fell -39.5 percent.
Obama, a Democrat, served as U.S. president from 2009 to 2017 for 96 months, during which time the U.S. stock market rose 175.9 percent.
Trump, republican, has been in office for 42 months, with the U.S. stock market up 41.5 percent
From the five U.S. presidents above, the corresponding s.P. 500 index of ups and downs of the comparison data show that the Democratic candidates Clinton and Barack Obama under the U.S. stock market index of the S. 500 increased by more than 150 percent on average. Among them, Clinton's success doubled the U.S. stock market. During the Republican run, the U.S. stock market index rose no more than 50 percent, and George W. Bush, the contestant, managed to pull his back, dropping 39.5 percent of the S.P. 500 market index during his tenure.
As a result, for those facing retirement, the chances of a safe retirement in the past few decades have been higher than those of a Republican.