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What Will the 2016 Elections Mean for Investors?

September 16, 2016

By Bob Doll, Nuveen Asset Management

The 2016 election season feels endless. Hillary Clinton has essentially been running for president since the 2008 elections and it’s been well over a year since Donald Trump made his fateful journey down the Trump Tower escalator to announce his candidacy. Yet, it will all be over in a couple of months. As the transition of power begins, investors will question what the results mean for the markets. In the following pages, we discuss key ideas for investors to consider and offer thoughts for what might happen next.

 

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