Invest accordingly. Take objective information, put your spin on it and make rational decisions.
Don't let it turn you into one of these
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wackos. Because no matter how the hysteria shakes itself out, there will always be investment opportunities to capitalize on for strong investors who do their homework.
Democrat or Republican policy will hardly impact massive transformations in our digital world.
Do you really think anything Obama or Romney does will slow down the exponential growth in mobile advertising we'll see this decade?
I doubt the people with their heads down at companies such as
give much thought to who's in the White House vis-a-vis the work they're getting done.
It's not like corporate tax rates will save
) from killing itself.
While election cycles and petty politics might cause a hop, skip and jump here or there in the day-to-day of the stock market, they should be nothing more than another piece of objective information for serious long-term investors.
At the time of publication, Rocco Pendola was long FB and P
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