On Elizabeth Warren, bank regulation, and the new secular trend for bank stocks

Note: I am going to be playing catch up here for a while since I have been away from my computer for most of the week. So this is the first in a series of post reviewing what the US political elections mean for the economy and markets. I want to make these posts modified daily posts, meaning I will focus on a single issue and direct you to a few other posts elsewhere that give you a fuller picture of that same issue.
The first post here is about bank stocks, bank regulation and the election of ...


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