The stock market volatility we’ve been seeing recently may be a taste of things to come over the next few weeks. The election, and its aftermath, could contain a few surprises that might shock the financial markets, at least temporarily.
In fact, you could say that volatility is about to enter a new bull market. At least, that’s my expectation.
The modern U.S. political climate has probably never been more polarized than it is today. Both sides of the political spectrum tend to regard one another with a mixture of contempt and disgust — and neither side seems eager to seek compromise.
Gone are the days when the Democrat Speaker of the House Tip O’Neill would go out for