The "Fast Money" traders laid out their investment strategies that would work no matter which candidate wins the U.S. presidential election.
Trader Pete Najarian said he would look at stocks that have already been "working" like semiconductor and financial stocks. He said that in particular, he would look at financial stocks that have been able to perform well in a low interest rate environment and have strong quarterly results. Najarian said stocks like Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup look attractive at current valuations.
Grasso said he'd rather own something like United Rentals because both candidates have called for more infrastructure spending.
Trader Brian Kelly agreed with Grasso and said to stay away from the financials. Kelly argued that there's too much risk in the sector.
Trader Dan Nathan said that biotechnology stocks are interesting, no matter who wins. Clinton has taken down the key biotech ETF with a single tweet.