In One Chart: The biggest risk confronting a batch marketplace in a entrance year isn’t trade jitters or a election, Deutsche Bank warns

There’s copiousness for investors to get all stressed out about in a entrance year, and Deutsche Bank arch economist Torsten Slok’s latest list of a 20 biggest risks will do small to assuage those concerns.

As we can see, a intensity for some-more trade fallout and fears over negligence expansion still arrange high on Slok’s list, though inequality is in a tip spot:

“They are all vicious during opposite horizons,” Slok told MarketWatch on Sunday, “but a continued arise in inequality and compared domestic response is something investors can no longer ignore.”

Democratic presidential possibilities positively aren’t ignoring it. Increased taxes on a rich, in an try to slight a divide, is a vicious partial of a campaigns of both Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders forward of a election.

Big-name investors have already done it transparent what a President Warren could meant for markets. Billionares Paul Tudor Jones, Leon Cooperman and Steve Cohen have all talked about a nasty improvement that could follow her victory.

Meanwhile, bonds keep banging out record highs. The Dow Jones Industrial Average

DJIA, +0.02%

 , Nasdaq Composite

COMP, +0.48%

  and SP 500

SPX, +0.26%

all sealed final week in a green.

Shawn Langlois is an editor and author for MarketWatch in Los Angeles. Follow him on Twitter @slangwise.

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