At 11 a.m., the journalists went into the "quarantine room" with the exit-polling data.
And what did the market do at around 11:30?
More, after the baroque fill-in bubble.
The market knows something we don't know yet.
At about 11:30, the market averages -- DJIA, S&P 500, and Nasdaq -- all rose by about half a percentage point.
Could the market have just learned that there will be a clear winner in the election? In other words, no uncertainty lingering for weeks?
Of course, market averages don't tell us who the clear winner is . . . .
Can anyone confirm what the market rumor is?