- How the bond market braced for a Trump surprise while anticipating a Clinton dud. “The election event risk is asymmetric.”
- The stock market might have enjoyed a nice rally leading up to yesterday's election, but don't use that as any kind of guide for how stocks will move between now and inauguration day. Post-election market performance has more to do with timing than faith in prospective policies.
- Imagine filing bankruptcy to improve your credit score. Credit scores typically plunge just prior to bankruptcy, but rise steadily after filing.
- If the outcome of the presidential election has you seriously considering a move to Canada, here are some realities you might want to think about before pulling up stakes. Housing ain't cheap, there's a language gap, and you might still be paying U.S. taxes.
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