It's the Thursday after Election Day in the U.S. and the race to 270 continues.
Now, this isn't totally surprising with the large number of absentee and mail-in ballots that are being counted by various states, but with states such as Pennsylvania saying it could take until Friday, Nov. 6 to count the rest of its votes, what kind of comparison does this election have to previous elections?
Real Money contributor Chris Versace, Keel Point's chief investment strategist Steve Skancke, and Action Alerts PLUS senior analyst Jeff Marks discussed the historical significance of this election and what it means for the markets.
Consider this your guidebook to Wall Street as the U.S. and the world awaits results from the 2020 presidential election:
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