Simon Property Group, which has been buying struggling tenants including J.C. Penney, is an “election-proof” stock, according to one analyst. AP

It’s almost here — Tuesday is National Sandwich Day.

More pertinently to financial markets, Tuesday also is the date of the U.S. election. Pre-election nerves have definitely been on display this week, though markets also have had to contend with a fresh European lockdown and the impasse in U.S. stimulus talks.

David Trainer, founder of the independent research firm New Constructs, has put out a list of five stocks to own regardless of the election. He says all these picks have attractive risk vs. reward, large

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