Covid-19 flare-ups, stimulus uncertainty will drive more market volatility:

CNBC's Kelly Evans discusses markets and what may cause more volatility with Simeon Hyman of Proshares Advisors and Elena Hernandez of GenTrust. I think we're looking at a jagged line with upward trajectory to the right, says Hyman. If you look at what's happened historically, a political clean sweep is what's likely to give pause to the markets in the next few weeks.
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