Gridlock is good ... at least when it comes to stocks and politics. Political dissonance leads to good gains. USA TODAY


Political gridlock might be good for Wall Street.

Sure, Clinton vs. Trump is the main bout. But the outcome of Senate races and how the balance of power in Congress shakes out — the so-called undercard — could prove to be just as important when it comes to how markets react after election day.
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