- It's finally here. Election day for the craziest presidential campaign season in modern history. Based on Monday's stock market rally, some are trusting the polls and the momentum of professional politician Hillary Clinton. But some investors are not yet ready to take off their portfolio hedges on a Donald Trump victory.
- In addition to setting a record for stone-cold nonsense, the 2016 presidential campaign also set a record for wagering on the outcome. Roughly $130 million has been traded on who will become the next U.S. president.
- If you're even thinking about investing in commodities, make sure you get some answers to these questions. Five questions for Commodity Trading Advisors.
- Don't make the mistake of assuming those closest to you are offering sound financial advice. When emotions override logic.
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