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Don't adjust holdings for the election: strategist

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Don't adjust holdings for the election: strategist

Don't adjust holdings for the election: strategist

National Securities' Art Hogan says people shouldn't change their long-term investment plans for the presidential election.

He also tells Reuters' Fred Katayama they should hold tech and cyclical stocks amid the current market rotation.


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