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As I sat here in the office watching the election results roll in Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning - trading emails and text messages with Stealth Profits Trader Editor D.R. Barton, Jr. as I did so - two words kept reverberating through my mind.
The first word was "uncertainty."
And the second was "opportunity."
The futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged as much as 750 points overnight - underscoring the reality that investors did not believe that a Donald Trump victory was possible. Financial markets - and especially stock markets - hate uncertainty, and when "reality" takes an unexpected turn, the first response is almost always to flee.
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