Presidential Election

The stock market has already picked the next U.S. president

Keep an eye on the stock market from August 1 through October 31.  If stocks go up during that three month stretch, expect Clinton to win.  If stocks slide, Trump will likely prevail.  

The stock market has regularly predicted who will win the presidency in an election year. Now, the report for this year is out, and unless something major happens, here's who's going to take the White House on Nov. 8th. 

What the Clinton and Trump Tax Plans Would Mean For You

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and his Democratic opponent Hilary Clinton—offer Americans a stark choice in 2016, especially when it comes to taxes.

The non-partisan Tax Policy Center in Washington has taken an in-depth look of both proposals. Money Magazine has broken out the numbers for both plans and put them side by side to show just how each candidate’s proposals would affect Americans at a range of income levels.

Click below to find out how each candidate's new tax rates and rules would actually affect you.