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10-OCTOBER 26-2020

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Get What???For all the predicted election volatility, we’re not seeing it yet. In fact, the market’s sideways turn in recent sessions looks more like a sailing ship stuck in windless doldrums.
But, again, beyond the headline numbers for stocks, it’s still earnings season.  And companies that have thrived during the pandemic are continuing to do well.  For the rest, it’s really a function of whether or not things have been as bad as expected… or worse.  Chances are we’ll get a stronger market trend after next week’s election.  The real question is how many days it will take for the outcome to be clear.

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