MarketWatch Analysts believe that if Trump wins the presidential race, investors should hold the shares of American corporations - for AMarkets materials.
But it is understood that the Trump victory for the markets will not be as smooth as the victory of Clinton. If Trump wins, the markets may take some time to "sort out". Historical statistics Dow Jones said that after the victory of the ruling party in the next elections, the average index increases by 7.3%, otherwise - falls by an average of 1%. About a year after the elections, the situation is equalized. Now the gap between Trump and Bill Clinton reduced.
The economic policy of protectionism Trump suggests (this is equivalent to an increase in inflation expectations), and fiscal stimulus for economic growth (which means that rates may rise more than the Fed's plans). These measures oznachat rise in yields on the bond market. Markets are already responding to the success of Trump in the presidential race sellout bonds.