In Case You Missed It Nov. 4: Dick Clark Goes to China
Dick Clark at the first "Rockin' New Years Eve" in 1974. Dick Clark productions was sold to a Chinese investor Friday.

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Nothing to see here, move along. Markets are fine, country is fine, politics are okay. Just kidding, they're not.

With only a few days left until Election Day, the markets continued to be in flux, weighing the possibility that Donald Trump may win the election over Hillary Clinton, once a heavy favorite.

The day started off on a somber note as the Department of Justice said it would probe generic drug makers over alleged collusion on pricing, sending healthcare stocks into a near-death spiral early morning (the election didn't help either). Meanwhile, Dick Clark Productions, an American institution, was sold to Chinese conglomerate Dalian Wanda for $1 billion, marking the latest investment in Hollywood from the East Asian country.

So while investors, pundits and even the candidates themselves debated the fate of the economy and the country (hell, the world), TheStreet and its affiliates were hard at work uncovering actionable investment ideas to help you manage your money as the markets and the world remain on edge.

Here are the highlights:

Here's What a Trump Presidency Would Mean for Technology Stocks
Companies like Apple and Microsoft would get a huge tax break on overseas cash, but Trump's policies on immigration and trade would play out less well for them. Full story

Can Coach's 'Affordable Luxury' and Burberry's 'Super Luxury' Co-Exist?
Talk of such a union remains just that—speculation—but experts see some prospective advantages to such a combination. Full story

Tweet of the Day: 

Harsh words in the Glass Lewis $TSLA/ $SCTY report. Says investors should be concerned deal "mostly amounts to a thinly veiled bail-out plan."

— Lou Whiteman (@louwhiteman) November 4, 2016

Chipotle Is the First, But Not the Last, In Coming Wave of Restaurant Activism
An activist investor could pressure any of these struggling restaurant chains into the hands of Yum! Brands. Full story

Chart of the Day: Tie Your Laces and Cover Your Shorts

Shares of athletic apparel company Nike (NKE) are near a possible reversal. Full story

GoPro Faces an Uphill Battle Against Smartphone Cameras and Drone Rivals
The action camera maker's latest earnings and guidance show that its core market isn't expanding much, and that it hasn't quite taken the drone market by storm. Full story

Alexion Soars, Then Falls Amid Takeover Rumors
The biotech company cancelled its conference appearance and took its time filing its Form 10-Q with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Full story

Video of the Day:
Jim Cramer on the Election: Stay Flush With Cash During Maximum Uncertainty

Jim Cramer says the markets are in a maximum uncertainty period ahead of Tuesday's presidential election. Full story

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