Preferably, It's All or Nothing

Historically, stock prices have performed best under a unified Congress -- of either party

The mid-term elections are upon us. Control of the Senate and House of Representatives is up for grabs. Even though the Democrats may take control of the House, the odds are long for a total sweep. But as Harry Truman proved in 1948, anything is possible.

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