The polls may have Joe Biden on top. But Wall Street might be telling everyone a different story, if the mainstream media will pay attention.
After hitting a low in March, Wall Street is up 32%. As a result, the losses for the year are 8.5%. Certified financial educator Derrick Kinney says the street loves Trump.
"There is a perception on Wall Street that Trump's policies have been very good for business," Kinney said.
And that without the pandemic the markets would not have gone down the way they did. The markets also don't seem to be bothered by the George Floyd riots.
"From a financial perspective, history shows that these type of world events don't have a significant long term effect on the market," Kinney explained.
Combine that with where the economy was before COVID, and Trump re-election is very possible.