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What a Trump Win Means for the Stock Markets? Disaster or Buying Opportunity

As a man handles his troubles during the day, so he goes to bed at night a General, Captain, or Private. Edgar Watson Howe We would like to state that this article is not about politics but about the effect these two polarising individuals will have on the market. Before the debate, the outlook was somewhat favourable towards the Donald and immediately the markets reacted and started trending lower.
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