Saying "the swamp fights back," Fisher Investments founder Ken Fisher said anticipated government gridlock may be good for markets. 

"The president will be able to get done less than some people hope and other people fear," he said.

The investment analyst said that reduced market uncertainty could serve as prelude to an even more bullish market in the second half of 2017. 

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