What President Joe Biden Has In Store For Investors.

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On Wednesday, the US Congress certified Joe Biden as the next President of the United States. He enters the office as the oldest person to ever hold that position. As a matter of fact he will become President at age 78, one year older than Ronald Reagan was when he left the Presidency at age 77.

And if there is one thing we know about people of this advanced age, I can speak from personal experience, it is that their mind is pretty well set. What they believe is what they believe, and it's not likely that any of us could change them.

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