"...It means that, in a Trump-win scenario, even when he is seen as the bad choice for the financial markets, there still can be a rally simply because uncertainty is removed. We don't have a crystal ball, and it is precisely for this reason that the commonly accepted notion that markets will correct if Trump wins, should not pollute our bias"
Later on, I also mentioned that:
"...The defeat of the 'market friendly' candidate can still be followed by a rally. Just as it has happened in the past"
(You can read the entire piece here).