Financial advisors and investors should brace themselves for increased market volatility brewing for after the November election as the U.S. heads for tax increases and budget cuts at the end of the year, according to new research from Cetera Financial Group.

"Markets are going to swing like crazy as we get geared up for the fiscal cliff," said Gene Goldman, director of research at Cetera, a family of broker-dealer/registered investment advisors.

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