A Special Post Election Podcast

This week's podcast

Well folks, the votes are in, and Donald Trump will become the 45th president of the United States. This was one of the most contentious elections in U.S. history, and the outcome certainly surprised Wall Street, as the benchmark indices opened substantially lower today. It’s never fun to wake up to this kind of drop, and that’s exactly why I’ve recorded this special post-election podcast this morning.

You see, while others are getting caught up in the knee-jerk selling action, I do not recommend following the crowd. The good news is that now that we know who will occupy the White House for the next four years, the recent uncertainty in the markets should finally begin to dissipate.

In this special podcast, I cover the highlights of what all investors need to know about in this post-election environment:

  • Why the stock market continues to be the best place to invest.
  • Which of President Trump’s policies are good news for Wall Street.
  • The top sectors—and worst sectors—for the Trump victory.
  • My outlook for stocks through yearend.
  • The best time to buy stocks today.

There’s no doubt that today’s results have shocked the political establishment and the media, and these shockwaves are being felt in the financial markets. We saw a similar kneejerk reaction with the Brexit outcome in late June.

However, stocks bounced right back after the news cycle had moved on, and I expect the same thing to happen here. The stock market still has an excellent foundation under it, and I still expect a strong finish to 2016. So please hang tight; if you’re a bargain hunter, today should open up some excellent buying opportunities.

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Sincerely,

Louis Navellier

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