If you elect Donald Trump it’s like letting me drive.— Stevie Wonder
Hillary Clinton is supremely qualified. Donald Trump is not.— Michael Power, Investec Asset Management
Within hours from now we’ll either have President Clinton or President Trump.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Michael Power, Strategist at Investec Asset Management.
Listen to Power in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
The elite has somewhat become disconnected from the man and woman in the street.— Michael Power, Investec Asset Management
I expect a recession in the United States whether it’s Trump or Clinton.— Michael Power, Investec Asset Management
I expect the dollar to strengthen if Trump wins, because risk will be off the table.— Michael Power, Investec Asset Management
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