Trump has placed the interests of the country above all else. He is winning the trade war as US consumers, manufacturers and taxpayers are all coming out ahead with China, Canada, Mexico and more
Our yo-yo image reappears. Its return symbolizes the current crash and rally habits of August's majorly strung-out Mr Market.
Even as the US / China trade war intensifies, investors are bullish as the Dow rallies. It's up 300 points as of 12:30 p.m. ET. We’re dazed and confused.
At least as far as the DJI goes, Monday’s positive action seems to have been a dead-cat bounce. Now the bears are back and stocks are going wobbly again.
As if to echo that triumphant Trump tweet, after the NYSE’s 4 p.m. closing bell, CNBC rolled out the final stats on this remarkable day.
Trump is attempting to turn around an increasingly negative international trade situation. It’s persisted for decades, this Slaughter on Wall Street. And the perps include not only China but also our alleged friends and trading partners.
Tariff fears? Italian issues? Forget about ‘em. U.S. job numbers are up Friday morning and Wall Street traders and investors are bursting into song Friday morning. Big time.
Trump-China Syndrome, increasingly blatant and frantic Deep State efforts to remove President Trump from office, and the Fed’s pathological fear of inflation were just too much for this market. Bear market warning flags now fly all over commonly followed stock charts, indexes and averages.
Traders and investors alike were shell-shocked at Friday’s closing bell on Wall Street. The Dow plunged nearly 3 percent on the day, and the S&P 500 and NASDAQ got pounded almost as badly.
Logically, we now turn to the crucial matter of making stock portfolio repairs. If we're successful, we should be able to profitably ride out the slings and arrows of a volatile Q2 2018.
The stock market carnage extended to nearly all stocks on the major exchanges, as traders and investors indulged in an absolute Trade War Freakout.
President Donald J. Trump will win the trade war. Free Trade Agreements mean free trade for all. Because the NAFTA countries know that not only is he right, but they need the U.S. more than the U.S. needs them.
Since Trump will quickly bring our trading partners to the negotiating table and since the US is now dealing with a strengthened policy position, we are probably going to see a continuation of free trade. Now though, the free trade war will be fair for the US.
Stocks and bonds seem ready for a long winter’s nap, with stocks likely to close slightly down, with Santa paying more attention to toys than stocks. Dimon, Icahn in the news.