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Trump says he could let China trade deal deadline slip, 'not inclined to'

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13 minutes ago, spidermike007 said:

Most of the members of this administration, and certainly the president, should be in prison. 

Especially when you consider that one of his major holdings is an ETF that tracks the S&P 500 and he is pushing up debt to astronomical levels just to inflate the S&P and his own wealth. This is why he will cave in to China. All he cares about is the stock market. He doesn't care about the economy at all. He leads people to believe that the markets lead the economy rather than the other way around. And with his bullying of the Fed and tax cuts for Wall Street, he's gotten away with it. Get ready for Trump to give away the store in order to sell a few more soybeans and other commodities to China. All of which will mean btw that American consumers will pay more for food, ng, oil, timber, etc.

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Could be the answer...

 

Let the Chinese pay for and build the Great Wall of Mexico in return for unrestricted trade with the US.

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1 hour ago, Basil B said:

Could be the answer...

 

Let the Chinese pay for and build the Great Wall of Mexico in return for unrestricted trade with the US.

 

They do not need to. They have the upper hand in this battle, that was of Trump's delusional creation. They have four trillion in cash surplus. The US has nearly 30 trillion in debt, and no cash. I repeat that. No cash, other than what they print and what they borrow. China could cripple the US, overnight. Not the other way around. The US is becoming less and less relevant by the day, and Trump is precipitating that decline, with his massive tax hikes (tariffs) his inane policies, and his self created fights with our allies, and love affairs with our enemies. Donald, your time to go is fast approaching. The world waits with baited breath, for the last 22 months of your sad pseudo reign. 

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4 hours ago, spidermike007 said:

 

The newly promoted crocodiles within the administration, continue to ply their trade, and put a wrecking ball to the long term economic prospects of a once great nation. Most of the members of this administration, and certainly the president, should be in prison. 

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On the highway to hell 👍🙏🏻😎🔥

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Just now, Redline said:

On the highway to hell 👍🙏🏻😎🔥

 

Delusion is a powerful force in nature. Some have it more than others. 

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On 2/12/2019 at 6:53 PM, 4MyEgo said:

Hopefully we can see some kind of normality return to the stock market from now on...lol

 

The market is normal. Have you not been paying attention to it? December was rough however if you bought straight through the volatile times into January you are sitting nicely. If you were sitting on stocks that were at all time record highs you needed to sell and take some profits. Sell some losers in December take the tax write off wait a month to wash them and then buy the same stock back at a deep discount.

 

That strategy worked very well for me and many other traders that actively follow the market. That being said the market is certainly not your Grandfather's stock market anymore. The algorithms cause huge swings. It happens to the point where many people are beginning to consider if actively managed funds are better. 

 

But since the new year the market has been one of the easiest to trade I have ever seen in my life. As Reagan said "Stocks go up stocks go down."

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