It’s said that the market doesn’t like uncertainty, yet it’s also known to “climb a wall of worry”. The market also tends to perform better when Washington D.C. is in a state of political ‘gridlock’. This makes sense since an ineffective Congress could be viewed as creating a sense of ‘certainty’ that the status quo will prevail. Considering these tendencies by the market, it would be easy to assume that the period around the mid-term
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