We are now in an uncertain world, and the markets are reacting accordingly. Dow futures fell 800 points overnight as the US presidential election was called for Donald Trump. But the markets quickly calmed themselves and then some; on the day after Election Day, the blue-chip index touched an all-time high of 18,648.41.
Yes, it seems clear that a Trump presidency will have implications for your retirement portfolio. But in the face of greater risks and uncertainties, often the best thing to do is nothing at all.