Looking from a third perspective (I'm not a US citizen), it seems Trump will openly spend an enormous amount of money on questionable 'non-essential' infrastructure (like a wall) though he does seem determined to fix the economy, and Clinton will spend an enormous amount of money on everything (and lie about spending it), she seems to be more focused on fixing 'working class' problems (I haven't heard her mention the poor and impoverished - Trump seems one up on this)... both seem to be a negative outlook for markets either way.
Obama claims Clinton has a plan and Trump doesn't... from where I'm sitting I still don't see any concrete plans (yes, pun intended Mr. Trump, lol!) from either, and the supposed (theoretical) plans seem to be 'presidential nomination regurgitation' that a president has yet to deliver, and none seem to accomplish the goals (promises), or will fix one thing and totally annihilate another (Obamacare? - sound idea, bad implementation and overly complicated - but he did curb job losses, eh?).
Though I think the markets will move based on policy implementation after elections, I don't think the election itself will make a profound impact (The US election process is so long and drawn out, the markets are adapting in real time as the process unfolds).
For every loss there should be at least an equal and opposite profit.