Election protection: Buy these securities to avoid short-term pain from the next president

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With the narrowing poll numbers increasing the chance of a Donald Trump upset, Wall Street is telling clients how to hedge against a win by the Republican presidential candidate.

Citi Research told clients Friday a Trump victory could spark an immediate market sell-off of up to 5 percent as the uncertainty caused by his administration may result in slower economic growth.

CNBC PRO found three election hedge ideas from Wall Street in the case of any event volatility into the election next week.