Mutual Funds Weekly: Your investment strategy now will need to change with the times

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    The election is over. Now it begins.

    “It” being how investors respond to the economic policies that President-Elect Donald Trump will propose. No one of course knows what will transpire or how, and markets typically hate uncertainty. But the stock market has risen this week partly in relief that this fractious election has been decided, and partly because investors now can develop a base case for what could happen.

    To help you sort things out, check out this compilation of post-election coverage, designed to give you a sense of how to position your investments for the beginning of the Trump administration.

    — Jonathan Burton

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    A 12-step plan to strengthen your portfolio after Trump’s victory

    Freaking about Donald Trump’s electoral college victory? Terrified about what it means for your portfolio? Here are 12 things you need to know.
    A 12-step plan to strengthen your portfolio after Trump’s victory

    If you’re shocked that Trump won, you broke 3 basic principles of investing

    In the aftermath of the U.S. presidential election, Donald Trump’s victory is continuously being called “shocking.” The reality is that the result wasn’t a shock at all.
    If you’re shocked that Trump won, you broke 3 basic principles of investing

    The next 4 years are going to be more difficult for investors, and it has nothing to do with Trump

    The immediate advice to investors therefore must be “Don’t just do something. Sit there.” But while you are sitting, start to recognize what a Trump presidency can’t do.
    The next 4 years are going to be more difficult for investors, and it has nothing to do with Trump

    Donald Trump win sparks renewed interest in coal ETF — for now

    The largest exchange-traded fund to specifically track coal companies has seen a surge in interest this week, following the unexpected presidential victory by Donald Trump, who has promised to “bring back coal 100%.”
    Donald Trump win sparks renewed interest in coal ETF—for now

    Will active fund managers gain an edge when market momentum turns?

    Stock pros with strong long-term performance can enhance a core portfolio of index funds, writes Conrad de Aenlle.
    Will active fund managers gain an edge when market momentum turns?

    A repeal of the fiduciary rule may slow — but not halt — the trend towards ETFs

    A Donald Trump presidency won’t stop the trend toward exchange-traded funds.
    A repeal of the fiduciary rule may slow — but not halt — the trend towards ETFs

    Hopes for lighter regulation sends biggest financial ETF to 8-year high

    The largest exchange-traded fund tracking the financial sector is trading at an eight-year high as banks get a boost on hopes a Trump administration will reduce the industry’s regulatory burden.
    opes for lighter regulation sends biggest financial ETF to 8-year high

    Why gold failed to rally after Trump’s win

    Gold prices finish lower on Wednesday after Donald Trump’s surprising presidential win as investors muddle through the uncertainties raised by Republican’s unorthodox approach to politics.
    Why gold failed to rally after Trump’s win

    How President-Elect Trump could impact the economy

    Donald Trump campaigned on his ability to create jobs and economic success, so how could the President-elect’s plans impact the U.S. economy? WSJ’s Shelby Holliday explains.
    How President-Elect Trump could impact the economy

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