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The Motley FoolOct 27, 2020
3 Reasons the Stock Market Doesn't Care About the Election
Everyone's abuzz about the upcoming election, but the boring truth is: it might not mean much for the market.

The 10 Senate seats most likely to flip, one week from Election Day - CNN (Google Business News)

Yahoo BusinessOct 27, 2020
Oppenheimer: These 3 Stocks Are Poised to Surge by at Least 60%
It's down to the wire. The U.S. Presidential elections are only a week away, and with the polls showing Biden has an edge over President Trump, investors are preparing.Oppenheimer's Chief Investment Strategist John Stoltzfus points out that last week, stocks churned as investors rebalanced their portfolios, rotating and adding additional exposure to value stocks "while others took profits in growth names that had previously run-up substantially ahead of what could be higher capital gains and other taxes next year," in the event that the Democrats come out on top.Highlighting that the expectation of an effective COVID-19 vaccine is behind the broadening of investor appetite for equities, Stoltzfus argues this renewed appetite " improves the attractiveness of value stocks."Going forward, the strategist notes the Federal Reserve's efforts "underscore the case for the economy's recovery and the equity markets' resilience and potential from here." Although a "blue wave" is seen as a potential risk, Stoltzfus thinks this outcome is very unlikely, and that continued split control should alleviate market worries.Taking Stoltzfus' outlook into consideration, our attention turned to three stocks Oppenheimer analysts believe can surge by at least 70% in the year ahead. Running the tickers through TipRanks' database, we found out that each boasts a "Strong Buy" consensus rating from the broader analyst community.Chromadex (CDXC)Focused on improving the way people age, Chromadex operates as a science-based integrated

KiplingerOct 27, 2020
IRS Releases Income Tax Brackets for 2021
Tax planning is all about thinking ahead. And since the federal income tax brackets for the 2021 tax year are now available, you can start thinking about how to handle your 2021 finances in a tax-efficient way — even though it's still 2020.

SEE MORE Bad News on IRA and 401(k) Contribution Limits for 2021 The tax rates haven't changed since 2018. For 2021, they're still set at 10%, 12%, 22%, 24%, 32%, 35% and 37%. (Note that Joe Biden wants to increase the top rate if he's elected.) However, the tax brackets are adjusted (or "indexed") each year to account for inflation. The inflation-adjusted tax brackets for 2021 are below (for the 2020 tax brackets, see What Are the Income Tax Brackets for 2020?).

When using the tax brackets, it's important to remember that the tax rates only apply to the income that falls within the applicable tax bracket range for your filing status. For instance, a married couple filing a joint return with $100,000 of taxable income in 2021 won't pay $22,000 in tax just because their total taxable income falls within the 22% bracket for joint filers. The 22% rate is not applied as a flat rate on the entire $100,000. Instead, using marginal tax rates, the first $19,900 of income is taxed at the 10% rate for a tax of $1,990 on that portion of the income. The next $61,150 of income (the amount from $19,900 to $81,050) is taxed at the 12% rate for an additional tax of $7,338. Then, only the last $18,950 (the amount over $81,050) is taxed at the 22% rate for $4,169 of tax. That comes to a total tax bill of only $13,497. (That's $8,503

Google Business NewsOct 27, 2020
Boston Herald endorses Donald Trump for president - WCVB Boston
Boston Herald endorses Donald Trump for president  WCVB BostonTrump eyes hosting election night party at his DC hotel  The Associated PressUS election 2020: President Trump casts his vote - BBC News  BBC NewsDonald Trump Jr. holds MAGA rally in Washington Township on Monday  WDIV ClickOnDetroitThe Plot to Kidnap Me  The Atlantic

Despite Trump-Modi Friendship, Survey Says Indian Americans Back Biden - NPR (Google Business News)

Yahoo BusinessOct 27, 2020
Pfizer not yet ready to release COVID-19 vaccine data
Pfizer said in a presentation that the independent monitor which will determine whether or not the trial has been successful has not conducted any interim efficacy analyses yet. Chief Executive Albert Bourla has previously said the company could release data on whether or not the vaccine works as early as this month. U.S. President Donald Trump had said a vaccine could be available before the Nov. 3 election, but in recent weeks his administration has emphasized that one will be ready this year.

MarketWatch MarketPulseOct 27, 2020
Stocks rise at the open one day after Dow's worst day in 8 weeks
U.S. stocks opened modestly higher Tuesday one day after suffering their worst sell-off in weeks as the presidential election, and hoped-for fiscal aid, drew closer. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 16 points, 0.1%, to open near 27,701, while the S&P 500 was up 5 points or 0.2%, at 3,406. The Nasdaq Composite led, with a 50-point or 0.4% increase, opening near 11,409 . Shares of Harley-Davidson Inc. surged more than 11%in early trading after the motorcycle company reported third-quarter earnings and revenue that trounced forecasts. And on Tuesday the government said orders for durable goods rose 1.9% in September, marking the fifth-straight month of growth.

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The Motley FoolOct 27, 2020
Why Aurora Cannabis, Canopy Growth, and Tilray Stocks Were Down 5% (and More) on Monday
Last week's Election 2020 debate was a disappointment -- for cannabis fans.
Google Market NewsOct 26, 2020
Fact check: At Pennsylvania rally, Trump makes four false claims about voting in the state - CNN
Fact check: At Pennsylvania rally, Trump makes four false claims about voting in the state  CNNTrump, Biden Campaign In Battleground Pennsylvania As Election Day Nears | NBC Nightly News  NBC NewsRoad to 270: Biden leading in these battleground states  CNNTrump is cruising for a bruising | TheHill  The HillThe New York Post endorses President Donald J. Trump for re-election  New York Post
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