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US election gives traders opportunity to make portfolios great again

November 11, 2020

US election gives traders opportunity to make portfolios great again

The fifth session took a fresh look at the biggest news of the week – Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden ousting incumbent US President Donald Trump from the White House, and what the changing American political landscape means for traders.

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The fifth session took a fresh look at the biggest news of the week – Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden ousting incumbent US President Donald Trump from the White House, and what the changing American political landscape means for traders.

Gleneagle Securities’ Greg Tolpigin, Equity Funds founder Nathan Germaine, OpenMarkets’ Kieran Neeson and Reach Markets’ Tim Gilderdale joined panel regulars Patrick Nelson and Ivan Tchourilov to discuss US fiscal stimulus, COVID-19 vaccines, and which direction markets will take as the administration change takes place.

Book in for free and join us for the final session of  the Trading 360 Summit on Tuesday, 17th November, where you’ll gain access to great insights, strategies and tools from some of the best and brightest on the trading floor

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