Donald Trump is bound for the White House, and when he reaches the Oval Office, stocks will "go straight up," said Kevin O'Leary, chairman of O'Leary Financial Group.
"I think what we're going to see happen — although it's so remarkable and I'm not endorsing his candidacy — is Trump is going to ride his way into the White House on a populist wave of anger at our government," O'Leary told CNBC's "Fast Money: Halftime Report" on Monday.
The "Shark Tank" investor, who claimed to be "agnostic to party," said state primary and caucus results have borne out what he has believed since the beginning of the election cycle.
"The old, crusty brands aren't going to work. Bush brand. Gone. Clinton's not going to work," he said.
Trump is heading into this week's Super Tuesday contests with a series of primary and caucus wins under his belt and a sizable lead in many states, according to various polls.
To be sure, some prominent executives and investors have openly worried about a Trump presidency.
After New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie endorsed Trump last week, Hewlett Packard Enterprises CEO Meg Whitman issued a statement Sunday saying: "Donald Trump is unfit to be president. He is a dishonest demagogue who plays to our worst fears. Trump would take America on a dangerous journey."