Biting your nails about your investments in anticipation of the November presidential election? You're not alone, many financial advisors say.
"There are concerns and worries, and it's coming from both sides of the aisle," said certified financial planner Karen Altfest, principal advisor and executive vice president of client relations at Altfest Personal Wealth Management.
"Yes, it's a complicated world, but the people who have fears aren't focusing on things like stock valuations and economic indicators and trends that an investor should look at to make decisions," Altfest said. "They're focusing on their feelings about [unrelated] things."