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Wall Street wrap: The best advice from Goldman, others on trading Trump win

Vice president-elect Mike Pence and Republican president-elect Donald Trump shake hands during his election night event at the New York Hilton Midtown in the early morning hours of November 9, 2016 in New York City.
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Vice president-elect Mike Pence and Republican president-elect Donald Trump shake hands during his election night event at the New York Hilton Midtown in the early morning hours of November 9, 2016 in New York City.

Here is the best Wall Street research Wednesday on the ramifications of Donald Trump's upset election victory. Click the link for the full story.

1. HSBC on surprise Trump election victory: 'Look out below'

HSBC said in a note to clients that Trump's policies and lack thereof would hurt the economy, earnings and possibly spark stagflation.

2. Morgan Stanley tells clients to be 'skeptical' about buying the Trump dip

Morgan Stanley told clients to stay on the sidelines during the sell-off driven by Donald Trump's upset win in the U.S. presidential election.

3. Deutsche Bank says 'stock market should be fine' on Trump victory; buy health care stocks

Deutsche Bank strategist David Bianco told investors the market will rally into year-end after any post-election sell-off due to the likelihood of a pro-growth Republican agenda.

4. Market to fall 6% on 'heightened volatility' due to Trump win, BofAML says

Bank of America Merrill Lynch told clients the market will drop due to the uncertainty caused by Donald Trump's election win.

5. Goldman's Trump playbook: Market to tread water; buy banks, sell biotech pop

The stock market will end 2016 about 2 percent lower from current levels in the wake of Donald Trump's surprise election, Goldman Sachs predicted in a note to clients Wednesday.

While the overall market will be stuck, Goldman said, bank stocks will outperform and biotech shares may disappoint.

6. Tom Lee: Market to extend rally as investors realize strength of totally Republican-led government

Fundstrat's bullish strategist Tom Lee told investors the market will go higher as it prices in the positive policy implications of the Republican sweep.

—CNBC's Michael Bloom contributed to this story.





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