Clinton vs. Trump: what the US election means for investors

The US presidential race has already offered plenty of surprises with the remarkable rise of Donald Trump to Republican nominee and Hilary Clinton struck down with pneumonia. With the elections taking place in November, this paper discusses the stated policy-intentions of the respective candidates, what it could mean for markets, and ultimately the impact on your financial wealth.

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About the author: Josh Seager

Josh is an investment analyst supporting the portfolio managers. He is responsible for macro-economic analysis which assists with asset allocation decisions. He also conducts analysis that contributes to portfolio construction and risk management across all portfolios.

Josh graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Mathematics from the University of Edinburgh in 2012 and has since completed the IMC and CFA Levels 1 and 2. After leaving university, Josh joined the Threadneedle Investments graduate scheme, working as an Investment Risk Analyst for two and a half years before joining EQ.

Outside of work, Josh is a keen sportsman, playing football and running cross country and road races between 5k and half marathons.

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