Tuesday's presidential election will produce both a winner and a loser, along with a longer-lasting political effect: A rise in populist fervor that is unlikely to abate.
Donald Trump and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders ran on opposite sides of the populist fence, one a billionaire businessman trying to get government off people's backs and the other a renegade democratic socialist looking to rid the system of big money's corrupting influence.
Sanders' quixotic run came up just short, and Trump's may as well, if current polls are accurate. But the grassroots ire that fueled them won't die out anytime soon.
Vox populi, or the voice of the people, is the phrase Citigroup analysts pick to describe what they feel will be a powerful force ahead both domestically and globally, one for which many investors have not developed a sufficient appreciation.