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30 minutes ago, Cryingdick said:

 

I am not the guy who constantly heckles people for links. 

 

This is a good set up. He is making it so Christmas earnings will come in strong. This will be the beginning of the next leg up. He could also afford to look weak because let's face it with HK going on China has it's problems right now.

 

 

And here you accept Trump is manipulating the market.

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4 hours ago, soalbundy said:

They will, all Trump is worried about is 2020 and the Chinese know that. Trump thought everything would be done and dusted by now and that he could present himself as the Chinese tamer of the West, after all trade wars are good and easy to win, now he will go into 2020 with a falling stock market and an angry populace. The Chinese are going to kick him where it hurts and his insulted allies will be laughing hoping to get a civilised, mentally stable president in the future.

Sure as hell will not be one from the Democrat party. They are about as mentally stable as a can full of rats.

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Posted (edited)

 

The tariffs take effect (and prices go up) during election year?

 

"I'm tough, so you folks don't get your stuff" the slogan?

 

 

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Maybe he’ll sign an executive order that on thanksgiving day only “turkeys” made of soyabeans are permitted ... to help his farmer “base” empty their barns full of the stuff.

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