Will Trump Change Investor Behaviour?

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November 14 -- The election’s over, but for equity investors it’s the same old bull market, one the new president might prefer die a quick death. Donald Trump inherits a 2,826-day-old rally in U.S. stocks that has defied history, overcoming anemic economic growth and a 15-month earnings recession that pushed valuations to a seven-year high. Squeezing out even a couple more years would be a feat of unprecedented longevity, with August 2018 looming as the month the advance will exceed all that came before. CCLA Investment Management CIO James Bevan, Sarasin & Partners CIO Guy Monson and Mercury Public Strategy Partner Morris Reid discuss Trump and the markets with Francine Lacqua on "Bloomberg Surveillance."