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But time in the market matters more than timing it
Memories of shock 2016 result discourage asset managers from making big directional bets
Investors are dumping tech stocks for housebuilders and regional banks in anticipation of a Biden victory
Bets rise on a Democratic ‘blue wave’ in the White House and Congress
Fiscal stimulus measures, if they come, point to a broader rally in equities
How will the result and the fallout from the fractious 2020 campaign affect your money?
A post-election spending splurge by Congress could send yields higher despite Fed actions
Vix index futures rise further after Trump indicates he might not concede if he loses November vote
Uncertainty following vote could spur haven bets and boost the currency, analysts say
It is tempting to assume a second presidential term would herald more big gains for S&P 500 and Nasdaq
Buy large-caps as a long-term hold and sell volatility, but if the election is contested watch gold soar
History suggests the longer-term effects of policy stimulus are less rewarding
Investors have made gains in the past four years, but many of them are worrying about the threat to democratic institutions
A Biden presidency could curb the dominance of US tech stocks
Speed of rally in stocks is breathtaking but causes are strikingly simple
Managers say asset prices have become too detached from bleak fundamentals
Recent gains have put US stocks on track for best week in at least a decade
Drops in shares of CME Group and the like could be a signal that capitulation is close
Markets have favoured Republicans, but investors have done better under Democrats
US president and aides responded to the sell-off in equities with comments to boost sentiment
Could you name five stocks that will beat the market in 2020?
Markets prove robust in face of stresses but recent history shows how slip-ups can emerge
If by forgotten, you mean affluent urban areas.
When the rabbit hole doesn’t have a bottom.
Investment bosses at 10 of the world’s biggest asset managers look ahead