Investing amid the elections

If this election produces a strong mandate post-GE15, it will help with stabilising the stock market and setting the tone for 2023.

INVESTING in an election year is not an easy feat. It is in fact not good for business or the economy due to the unpredictability.

While there have always been talks of “election rally”, ironically, it appears there have been a lack of substantive empirical data to show a direction correlation.

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