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    Quote Originally Posted by TNVolunteer73 View Post
    Nothing to do with Trump or Hillary. this happens almost every election remember 2008,, 2000, 1992 1988 1980 1976, 1960 .... ... ...
    No, why don't you provide us with a few links?

    "Investors, it seems, are being reminded of this as polls show Hillary Clinton’s numbers dropping. The S&P 500 was down Friday for the ninth straight day, something that hasn’t happened since 1980. “The U.S. elections are the elephant in the room for markets,” Julius Baer’s head of research Christian Gatticker told Bloomberg. Donald Trump is still a long shot, consistently trailing Clinton in key swing states, but the stock market seems to be evaluating his odds for what they are: a low, if real, chance of economic harm.

    Donald Trump Has Caused A Historic Drop In The Stock Market | Huffington Post

    Here is another one about anxiety over the possibility of a Trump win.

    http://www.cnbc.com/2016/09/26/heres...nd-beyond.html

    Thx
    Last edited by Thx1138; 6th November 2016 at 06:11 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thx1138 View Post
    No, why don't you provide us with a few links?

    "Investors, it seems, are being reminded of this as polls show Hillary Clinton’s numbers dropping. The S&P 500 was down Friday for the ninth straight day, something that hasn’t happened since 1980. “The U.S. elections are the elephant in the room for markets,” Julius Baer’s head of research Christian Gatticker told Bloomberg. Donald Trump is still a long shot, consistently trailing Clinton in key swing states, but the stock market seems to be evaluating his odds for what they are: a low, if real, chance of economic harm.

    Donald Trump Has Caused A Historic Drop In The Stock Market | Huffington Post

    Thx
    dow Nasdaq and S&P 2000 was declining from march of 2000 until the Bush Tax Cuts, took a (expected hit on 9/11) totally recovered by November 2002 with exception of the Nasdaq.

    Nasdaq had lost 50% of its value Dow and S&P little less than 20%.

    2012 days prior to the election the Dow Dropped from 13,800 to 13,000

    2008 from 14,500 to 13,800

    2004 13,100 to 12,800

    2000 from 13,500 to 11,300

    1996 11,100 - 11000

    1992 5900 to 5500

    1988 5300 to 5100

    4 week trends prior to electon. Markets don't like change. Become tepid
    Last edited by TNVolunteer73; 6th November 2016 at 06:25 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNVolunteer73 View Post
    dow Nasdaq and S&P 2000 was declining from march of 2000 until the Bush Tax Cuts, took a (expected hit on 9/11) totally recovered by November 2002 with exception of the Nasdaq.

    Nasdaq had lost 50% of its value Dow and S&P little less than 20%.

    2012 days prior to the election the Dow Dropped from 13,800 to 13,000

    2008 from 14,500 to 13,800

    2004 13,100 to 12,800

    2000 from 13,500 to 11,300

    1996 11,100 - 11000

    1992 5900 to 5500

    1988 5300 to 5100
    And let's see a link to those, otherwise you are just pulling it out of your ass as usual...

    Thx

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