- There are reasons the stock market went into rally mode in the immediate aftermath of the presidential election. The upside of sudden certainty.
- Right out of the blocks industrial stocks have rallied in the wake of the presidential election outcome that is expected to include increased stimulus spending under a Donald Trump administration. This “Trump ETF”
- Warren Buffett buries the hatchet with Donald Trump and takes the high road. “There are lots of things said in campaigns that don't happen after the election.”
- The pundits, pollsters, and media were all expecting the Republican party to split in two following the historic election of Hillary Clinton as the next president. But that ripple effect is now hitting the Democratic party, and it ain't pretty.
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