The Election Is (Almost) Over — What’s Ahead for Your Money?

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It’s finally over, or almost, anyway: one of the most divisive political contests the world has ever seen.

But as the dust settles, now it’s time to look ahead and see what the results of the election are going to mean for your money. What’s in store for the stock market? How about interest rates? Will housing prices continue to rise?

While nobody knows the answers for sure, we’re ready to make some educated guesses. And that’s exactly what we’re going to do in this week’s “Money!” podcast. As usual, my co-host will be financial journalist Miranda Marquit.

Sit back, relax and listen to this week’s “Money!” podcast.

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I founded Money Talks News in 1991. I’m a CPA, and I have also earned licenses in stocks, commodities, options principal, mutual funds, life insurance, securities supervisor and real estate.

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