Bankrate survey finds investors aren’t ready to freak out over the White House race


Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks at a rally on the boardwalk in Atlantic City, New Jersey, on July 6. Clinton addressed GOP rival Donald Trump’s business record. (Jessica Kourkounis / Stringer/Getty Images)Fewer than 120 days remain until we vote for our next president. As Americans take a closer look at the presumptive nominees of the 2 major political parties, Bankrate posed these questions in a recent Money Pulse survey:
How would a Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump win affect how you buy stocks?
Will the candidates’ investment histories be an important factor in how you cast your vote for president?
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