The Stock Market Could Get Cut in Half Next Year, Warns Hedge-Fund Manager

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Steven Gidumal, managing partner of Virtus Capital, on Monday joined a growing line of several prominent Wall Street signal-callers—albeit with a gloomier outlook than most—when he said the fate of this relentless bull market hangs on what happens in the upcoming 2020 presidential election.

And by sell off, Gidumal means by as much as 50%, according to CNBC.