At Berkeley, Inc. we have been surprised by the muted volatility following the election of Donald Trump. As noted during our semi-annual presentation in January, President Trump’s heated rhetoric during his campaign should have resulted in at least a little stock and bond market turbulence. In the weeks and months following the election numerous articles have been written in the nation’s leading newspapers, typically with the same perplexed curiosity as ours. Where is the usual market reaction to changing economic and political turmoil?
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