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I'm not one to normally sell out and go cash either. The only other time I've done that since I started investing in the late 90's was in 2008 when I went 100% cash in January of that year. Unfortunately, I was fully invested again only a few months later so I didn't avoid the real carnage. This time I really don't think I'll be jumping back in until after the election because I suspect the stock market will throw a tantrum if Bernie wins whether it's justified or not.

This is a weird situation where I hope I'm wrong.
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