The Biggest Market Risk For The Rest Of 2016

Although the U.S. stock market is barely higher than it was nearly two years ago when the Fed’s QE3 mega stimulus program came to an end, it did recently touch new all-time highs as recently as August. It did also bounce back impressively from its tough start to the year and has shown much more verve than its developed market counterparts across the rest of the globe in regaining its footing. Moreover, it appears to be increasingly setting up for a solid year end rally post election during the historically supportive months of November and December.

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