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Pricing Uncertainty: How Will Stocks React If Trump Wins?

Submitted by Michael Shedlock via MishTalk.com, CNNmoney author Patrick Gillespie quotes Macroeconomic Advisers’ senior managing director Joel Prakken: Stocks Would Fall 8% if Trump Wins. Prakken cites “uncertainty” under trump vs. stability under Clinton. What a hoot. Is uncertainty worse than ruinous policies? If Donald Trump wins in November, U.S. stocks would fall about 8%, erasing all its gains for the year.
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