The Iowa caucuses proved the most exciting in years, if only because of the major fiasco getting the results became. We still don’t have the official results, because the Iowa Democratic party may need to recount all the ballots.
Buttigieg appears to have won the most delegates from that (according to the AP), while Biden came in a distant 4th place, greatly harming his former stance as the centrist front runner.
This means that New Hampshire’s first in the nation primary on February 11th could have significant implications for the state of the Democratic primary, and the overall 2020 Presidential race.
So here are the two most important facts investors need to know about how to protect their portfolios from the most chaotic and surprising primary fight in recent history.
New Hampshire Might Cement A Permanent Change In Whose Most Likely To Win The Democratic Nomination
Biden coming in 4th in Iowa caused the probability of him winning the 1,990 pledged delegates necessary to win on the first ballot to fall off a cliff. He’s now in third, behind “no one” meaning a brokered convention.