Markets Can’t Hide From This Election

Financial market hate surprises, and only a year ago they were looking forward to one of the more predictable presidential elections in memory. Instead, they got a crushing defeat of the inevitable Republican nominee Jeb Bush and emergence of populist Donald Trump, a candidate with no political experience, team or program. On the Democratic side, meanwhile,


  1. >> The U.S. government has been dysfunctional for the past eight years

    No, the U.S. government has always been dysfunctional.

  2. >>Voters whose imagination has been captured by anti-establishment candidates like Trump and Sanders are not going to go away.

    There is nothing anti-establishment about individuals who are either currently part of or attempting to become part of the establishment.

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