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MSFT   207.41 (-0.97%)
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AMZN   3,163.55 (-0.33%)
TSLA   425.69 (+1.07%)
NVDA   534.08 (+2.43%)
BABA   277.06 (+0.38%)
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GE   6.07 (-2.10%)
MU   50.98 (+2.53%)
AMD   82.42 (+3.70%)
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NFLX   494.27 (+0.74%)
DIS   124.17 (-1.44%)
BA   163.03 (-1.84%)
BAC   23.76 (-1.37%)
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DOW   27,517.53 (-0.24%)
QQQ   276.45 (-0.27%)
AAPL   114.06 (-0.78%)
MSFT   207.41 (-0.97%)
FB   259.33 (+0.98%)
GOOGL   1,458.68 (+0.00%)
AMZN   3,163.55 (-0.33%)
TSLA   425.69 (+1.07%)
NVDA   534.08 (+2.43%)
BABA   277.06 (+0.38%)
CGC   14.49 (+1.97%)
GE   6.07 (-2.10%)
MU   50.98 (+2.53%)
AMD   82.42 (+3.70%)
T   28.23 (-0.53%)
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GILD   62.08 (-1.23%)
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DOW   27,517.53 (-0.24%)
QQQ   276.45 (-0.27%)
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MSFT   207.41 (-0.97%)
FB   259.33 (+0.98%)
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TSLA   425.69 (+1.07%)
NVDA   534.08 (+2.43%)
BABA   277.06 (+0.38%)
CGC   14.49 (+1.97%)
GE   6.07 (-2.10%)
MU   50.98 (+2.53%)
AMD   82.42 (+3.70%)
T   28.23 (-0.53%)
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7 Stocks That Don’t Care Who Wins the Election in 2020

 
7 Stocks That Don’t Care Who Wins the ElectionMany investors confuse volatility in an election year with the market performance during an election year. Historically, investors don’t care all that much who wins the election.

There is historical evidence that the market will rise after a Republican wins and dip after a Democrat wins. But that same evidence suggests that those trends flip in the first year of a presidency. It just proves that there’s a difference between campaigning and governing.

What can be different is where investors choose to make their money. It’s very clear that certain sectors perform better under a Republican administration than a Democrat administration. But that’s not the focus of this presentation.

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