What the US mid-term results mean for investors

The Democrats took control the House, while the Republicans increased their majority in the Senate.

What does a split government mean for the economy, stocks and bonds?

Steve Sosnick, Interactive Brokers chief options strategist, discusses what we might see in the markets after the 2018 midterm elections. (This video was made before results were final on Election Day.)

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