2016 is an official Presidential election year. And with that, sometimes the stock market’s performance can be affected by the election. Today’s article explains the history, here’s what they had to say, “Will 2016 be good for stocks? It’s more than likely the market will do well, if you believe the so-called “presidential stock cycle” theory will continue to hold. But that’s the rub – because while history shows the odds will be in your favor if you follow it, it doesn’t always work. Since 1946, the stock market has risen 76 percent of the time in the final year of a president’s four-year term, with the Standard & Poor’s 500 index rallying 6.1 percent on average, according to an analysis provided by S&P Capital IQ to U.S. News & World Report.” To read more, CLICK HERE.