TRADE ON THE US ELECTION RESULTS

TRADE ON THE US ELECTION RESULTS

TRADE ON THE US ELECTION RESULTS

with ETX Capital

with ETX Capital

with ETX Capital


The US has chosen its new President in one of the closest and hardest fought US election campaigns in recent memory. What impact will President Trump have on Wall Street, Gold or the US dollar? Trade the results with ETX Capital. The US has chosen its new President in one of the closest and hardest fought US election campaigns in recent memory. What impact will President Trump have on Wall Street, Gold or the US dollar? Trade the results with ETX Capital. The US has chosen its new President in one of the closest and hardest fought US election campaigns in recent memory. What impact will President Trump have on Wall Street, Gold or the US dollar? Trade the results with ETX Capital.

Your Essential Guide to Surviving the US Elections

US ELECTION MARKET COVERAGE | Your Essential Guide to Surviving the US Elections

US ELECTION MARKET COVERAGE | Your Essential Guide to Surviving the US Elections

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US ELECTION: Immediate reaction
Wednesday, 9 November 2016​


With Donald Trump securing victory in the presidential race, here is the immediate market reaction and implications.

The picture is one of uncertainty and the sell-off was less than it had looked at one stage overnight...


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US ELECTION BRIEFINGS: Healthcare, pharma & biotech
Wednesday, 19 October 2016​


Clinton and Trump both have plans to tackle the US pharmaceutical industry.

Issues of price gouging have dominated discussions but there are other considerations...


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US ELECTION BRIEFING: Banks
Wednesday, 26 October 2016​


Is now the time to buy banks? Clinton is seen as being cosy with Wall Street, while Trump is in no one’s pocket.

But it’s the Democrat who wants to extend the reach of regulators, while the Republican nominee says Dodd-Frank should be torn up. So where do banks stand in relation to the election?

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What Traders Say

Neil Wilson
Neil Wilson
Neil Wilson
NEIL WILSON Market Analyst

The US election is always one of the biggest events for the markets and this time is no different. From the US dollar and Treasuries to Wall Street and individual equities, there are likely to be some big moves as we head towards November 8th.
The US election is always one of the biggest events for the markets and this time is no different. From the US dollar and Treasuries to Wall Street and individual equities, there are likely to be some big moves as we head towards November 8th.
The US election is always one of the biggest events for the markets and this time is no different. From the US dollar and Treasuries to Wall Street and individual equities, there are likely to be some big moves as we head towards November 8th.

Trader Education

Trader Education | US Election Special

Trader Education | US Election Special

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Post US Elections – What the Trump Win Means for the Markets


On 9th November political outsider Donald Trump won the US General election to be the next president of the United States. In this special webinar we will assess what this means for the markets, reviewing how key markets reacted over the election period, discussing any potential implications we may see in current trends going forward. Key markets we will primarily focus on are: S&P 500, Dow Jones, Nasdaq. Together with key sectors including: Banks, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare, Defence, Technology, Currency Markets, Bonds and Gold. We will also discuss any significant current opinions, polls and news surrounding Mr Trump's new polices as they unfold, helping the private trader to be best informed and prepared.

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​NOV, 2016

Post US Elections – What the Trump Win Means for the Markets

icon-time 19:30 - 20:30
icon-person Simon Clarke
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On 9th November political outsider Donald Trump won the US General election to be the next president of the United States. In this special webinar we will assess what this means for the markets, reviewing how key markets reacted over the election period, discussing any potential implications we may see in current trends going forward. Key markets we will primarily focus on are: S&P 500, Dow Jones, Nasdaq. Together with key sectors including: Banks, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare, Defence, Technology, Currency Markets, Bonds and Gold. We will also discuss any significant current opinions, polls and news surrounding Mr Trump's new polices as they unfold, helping the private trader to be best informed and prepared.

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NOV, 16

Post US Elections – What the Trump Win Means for the Markets


On 9th November political outsider Donald Trump won the US General election to be the next president of the United States. In this special webinar we will assess what this means for the markets, reviewing how key markets reacted over the election period, discussing any potential implications we may see in current trends going forward. Key markets we will primarily focus on are: S&P 500, Dow Jones, Nasdaq. Together with key sectors including: Banks, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare, Defence, Technology, Currency Markets, Bonds and Gold. We will also discuss any significant current opinions, polls and news surrounding Mr Trump's new polices as they unfold, helping the private trader to be best informed and prepared.
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All You Need to Know

US ELECTION EXPLAINED | All You Need to Know

US ELECTION EXPLAINED | All You Need to Know

Who will win?

No one knows for sure. Hillary Clinton has maintained a lead in the polls but Donald Trump remains close and has shown himself to be resilient in some key battlegrounds. Ultimately it will come down to those swing states where the election will be decided.

When is the election?

Voting takes place on November 8th, with the results due to start coming in during the small hours of the night. Markets in Europe should open on November 9th to the knowledge of who the new president will be.

Which markets will be affected?

Uncertainty tends to make markets more volatile and major events like a presidential election are no different. In forex, US dollar pairs such as EURUSD, USDJPY and GBPUSD are the main proxy trades. US indices and equities could also be impacted as the differing policies of the two candidates will drive investment decisions. Gold, as a safe have asset, is also viewed as being susceptible to the vote.

How will markets be affected?

While no one knows the outcome or how markets will respond, there has been some research done around the performance of US stock indices around elections. For example, volatility increases in the first year after an election, while markets tend to fall in the final year of a president’s second term. Meanwhile, the Dow Jones industrial average delivers higher returns under Democrat presidents than under a Republican one (82.7% versus 44.8%, according to Bespoke*)
The Presidential Election Cycle theory, developed by Yale Hirsch, argues that stock markets are strongest in the third year of a president’s term and weakest in the first year.

THE ETX US ELECTION MEDIA SENTIMENT

THE ETX US ELECTION MEDIA SENTIMENT

ETX Capital’s US Election Barometer measures the quality, quantity and tone of media mentions of the presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, on a daily basis. It lets traders easily monitor the avalanche of media opinions in real time, giving them a valuable edge in their trading decisions.

Why trade on the US election result with ETX?

DECISION TIME | Why trade on the US election result with ETX?

DECISION TIME | Why trade on the US election result with ETX?

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Some of the best available spreads on US markets - Wall Street from 1 pt, EURUSD from 0.​​​6 pips
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Some of the best available spreads on US markets - Wall Street from 1 pt, EURUSD from 0.​​​6 pips
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79.6% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with ETX. You should consider whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

79.6% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with ETX. You should consider whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.