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The postelection rally in U.S. stocks seems to be rooted in the market’s faith in Donald Trump’s economic agenda, while the risks of the next president’s more radical policy ideas are being dismissed.

That balance is bound to tilt back to the potential downside of the Trump agenda, leaving recent equity gains vulnerable, according to Peter Berezin, managing editor of Montreal-based BCA Research.

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