70% of Wall Street thinks Trump will be reelected in 2020
Elections can affect financial markets. The Dow rallied 8 percent from the 2016 election to year-end as investors grew confident in tax reform and big spending. A survey was conducted after special counsel Robert Mueller gave the results of his investigation to the Justice Department and 141 equity-focused institutional investors were polled. Presidential elections can have important implications for financial markets based on what traders believe the elected candidate will prioritize while in office. The Dow rallied more than 450 points in the two days following Trump’s election in 2016 and jumped nearly 8 percent into year-end as investors grew confident in future corporate tax reform and big spending. Click 70% of Wall Street thinks Trump will be reelected in 2020 to learn more!