Cumulatively, during Trump’s presidency, stocks have gained 30% from inauguration day through June 28. That’s comparable to stock market performance in the first 614 trading days of the Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton presidencies.

It contrasts starkly, however, with market performance under two other modern presidents. At this same point in George W. Bush’s tenure, the S&P 500 had lost 26%, largely due to the dot-com bust and September 11th attacks earlier in his presidency. And under President Barack Obama, stocks had gained 59%, as they dug out of a deep hole triggered by the Great Recession.

From Reagan to Trump: Here's how stocks performed under each president

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