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Cox: Stock picking for a “Trump Victory Portfolio”

The U.S. presidential race is tight after the first debate between the two candidates and only six weeks until the election. Investors will have bigger asset-allocation decisions to make in the event Trump wins. A new fund might start by shorting Amazon and going long Greyhound.
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