How are commodities likely to perform under a Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump administration?
Data going back to 1970 show that gold, oil and 17 out of 24 commodities fared better on average when a Democrat was in the White House, according to Jodie Gunzberg, head of commodities and real assets at S&P Dow Jones Indices.
Gunzberg’s data show that seven other commodities thrived under a Republican administration.
Of 24 commodities tracked by S&P Dow Jones, 14 experienced their best performance with a Democratic president, and 18 had their worst performance with a Republican president.
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