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How the Presidential Election Could Affect Your Portfolio

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Chief Income Strategist Marc Lichtenfeld puts a ton of hard work into every issue of The Oxford Income Letter… but he’s especially excited about this month’s edition.

The March issue was just published on Tuesday, and in the video above, Marc gives you a sneak peek of why he’s so proud of this issue.

Obviously, I can’t give too much away here… but here are just some of the topics that are covered in the issue:

  • Marc’s top recommendation for this month, a 6.5% yielder that you might be overlooking… even though it’s a household name
  • How the market has performed over the past century under Democratic control, Republican control and divided governments (I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised by what Marc discovered!)
  • Why Marc is doubling down on his unpopular prediction that rates will be relatively stable throughout 2024… AND why he says The Oxford Income Letter‘s portfolios are “built to withstand interim volatility” no matter what happens to interest rates
  • An incoming trillion-dollar debt threat that Director of Trading Anthony Summers says is sure to affect a certain class of investors (hint: it’s not the U.S. national debt).

If you’re already an Oxford Income Letter subscriber, I hope you enjoy this issue as much as I did.

And if you aren’t, it’s easy to join! Just watch Marc’s video above until the end and click on “Click here to get access to the March issue!” to claim a special discount.

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