L eading into the election, the markets appeared to be expecting a Hillary Clinton win. It has been my experience that markets like clarity, therefore when the election night results started to turn in Donald Trump’s favor, the market futures responded negatively. In fact, many experts predicted a Trump win would cause markets to react similarly to what we witnessed after the “Brexit” referendum in August – extremely volatile with major declines for a few weeks, only to watch it rebound significantly once all of the information was digested.
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