In this Citywealth article, Joshua Rubenstein, national head of the firm's Private Wealth practice, discusses Hillary Clinton's bid for the presidency and how her popularity abroad and notoriety at home could be a bad combination based on past presidents' records. He also believes that if Clinton reaches out to Bernie Sanders' supporters on the far left and Donald Trump reaches out to evangelical voters on the far right, the two extremes will have a negative effect on the market. Additionally, Josh thinks that the US Congress' ongoing inability to pass timely or responsible legislature is of great concern for the economy. ("Clinton's Presidency Is Popular Abroad but Unpopular Domestically," March 16, 2016)