am a bit not trusting of some of these investment companies though as they are firmly in one political party's pocket. Hard to trust the news out there in the financial sector right now when regime change could be the end goal. Plus, it is usually the big firms that profit from this kind of movement and the small consumer who does not. A sinking economy is perfect breeding ground for regime change no matter why it occurred though. Think back to Bush in 1992 and that sinking economy.
Wait - are you asserting that big financial sector folks are more inside the _democratic_ party pocket?
We can all view who they make donations to(there is a site that shows exact donations). Goldman Sachs employees have supported many of the top Democrat running candidates(minus Bernie interestingly enough) with donations so far in 2020. They do also support some Republicans but not to the degree as the Democratic presidential candidates. I did not see any for Trump on that site either but that is not surprising either since they are based in state that is heavily Democrat(NY). Biden is at the top of candidates who have received donations from them.
Lloyd Blankfein, the ex CEO of Goldman has said he would sooner vote for Trump over Sanders and Blankfein is a pure Democrat.
I believe there are some Financial companies in one corner and some in the other though. Not just black and white for sure. They are definitely not in Bernie's corner though, that much is clear.
But, media sites like CNBC, CNN, MSNBC are squarely in the Democrat's corner just as Fox is in the Republican's corner. I would like it much more if they had articles that showed all possibilities. I would love an independent site that discusses civilly both sides to every story.