A Biden Victory And Split Congress Is Best For Stocks, But Here’s What Would Kill Markets After Election Night

There may not be a clear winner the morning after the election. Nothing would be worse for markets.

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Qualcomm Stock Too Expensive At $115?

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How Far Will Tech Decline?

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Buying The Bulge Is Dangerous

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This Is The Vote That Changed China Forever

Twenty years ago, a bipartisan group of American congressional leaders voted for normalized trade relations with China. They said it would benefit manufacturing and national security. Boy were they wrong.