Stocks usually climb in the year after midterms. These Club names have been big winners in prior cycles

People walk past the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on Wall Street on July 12, 2022 in New York City.
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Strange, but true: The S&P 500 has been solidly higher 12 months after the midterm elections in every cycle since 1954, according to Yardeni Research, regardless of which party won or lost. The broad market index’s average one-year gain in 17 post-elections windows has been about 15%.

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