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President Trump is great for your 401(k): strategist

The verdict is far from certain here, but Wall Street strategists continue to believe President Trump winning re-election would be better for your longer-term investments than a president Joe Biden (and most definitely, a “blue wave” sweeping through the House and Senate).

“I think President Trump is far better for the economy,” said veteran strategist Michael Lee of Michael Lee Strategy on Yahoo Finance’s The First Trade. “When you had the Biden/Obama recovery it was decent for the financial markets, but not so much for 401(k)s or those at the lower end.”

The president did his part to spark concerns on the part of households that own stocks at his rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma over the weekend. Trump noted several times that 401(k) plans would be at risk if he weren’t re-elected as president — it’s likely to be a mantra used at length by Trump on the campaign trail

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3 great tips for not getting COVID-19 at massive Trump rallies

So much for some people still being worried about contracting the deadly coronavirus.

Large crowds (which have been building throughout the week in the lead-up) are expected in Tulsa, Oklahoma this weekend for the return of President Trump’s often raucous political rallies. The administration has said more than 1 million people have requested tickets for the rally which will be held in the 20,000-seat capacity BOK Center.

Before entering, each rally goer will receive a temperature check, hand sanitizer and a mask. Attendees also had to sign a waiver beforehand stating they assume all risks associated with exposure to COVID-19 — the goal here being to protect the president from liability if someone gets sick or dies from COVID-19 contracted at the rally.

While the president will unlikely wear a mask at the rally per his modus operandi throughout the pandemic, leading health experts continue to stress the importance of

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Billions or trillions: The great coronavirus trade-off

Lost somewhat in the recent social upheaval and profound questioning of race in our country is the fact that we are still in the midst of a pandemic. 

As I’ve delved into previously, racism and COVID-19 are connected in myriad ways which continue to reveal themselves to us. But in this column I want to look into the fight against the coronavirus, because here too there’s much to parse. 

There’s talk now about a first wave versus a second wave, but really we still have only one wave in the U.S., meaning the disease hasn’t come, gone and then come back again anywhere.

The rate of infection of COVID-19 is now falling in 19 states including New York and New Jersey, about the same in eight states and rising in 23 states including Florida and Texas. New cases are up over the past seven days versus two weeks ago in

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Trump administration done ‘great things’ addressing coronavirus, but ‘room for improvement’: Chase Koch

The Trump administration’s response to the crisis incurred by the novel coronavirus gained renewed attention on Friday, when a surprising jobs report showed the U.S. had added nearly 2.5 million jobs in May, after shedding over 20 million jobs in the month prior.

The report demonstrated a “rocket ship” economic recovery, Trump said; while presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said he was “disturbed” to see Trump celebrate when “so many Americans are still hurting.”

In a newly released interview, taped on Monday, Trump’s handling of the pandemic received a mixed review from Chase Koch, the president of venture capital firm Koch Disruptive Technologies and son of Charles Koch, the multi-billionaire CEO of Koch Industries and one of the nation’s most influential conservative political donors.

Chase Koch, whose family’s political network will forego support for Trump’s re-election, credited the Trump administration for removing regulatory barriers in healthcare but criticized

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