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$1.2 trillion in stock market value lost so far from trade war sell-off with more exp

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/13/1point2-trillion-in-stock-market-value-lost-so-f...-with-more-expected.html

Is this trade war worth it?

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The article fails to mention the bull run since he started office. Can we ever have a market pull back, without CNBC blaming trump? LOL.

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The article fails to mention the bull run since he started office. Can we ever have a market pull back, without CNBC blaming trump? LOL.

From the screenshot below, I only see a continuation of the bull run that started in Obama era which looks like it is coming to a screeching halt. I am not here to debate Trump vs Obama. I am only looking to find opportunities to make money.

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From the screen shot below, I only see a continuation of the bull run that started in Obama era which looks like it is coming to a screeching halt. I am not here to debate Trump vs Obama. I am only looking to find opportunities to make money.

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The feds zero interest rate during the last administration greatly exaggerated the “boom” and that “boom” would be a “bust” if it were not for that.

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What would you have done instead of the 0 interest rate when SPX was at 666?.
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The feds zero interest rate during the last administration greatly exaggerated the “boom” and that “boom” would be a “bust” if it were not for that.

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Sometimes underlying concepts are hard to understand for some people.

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Sometimes underlying concepts are hard to understand for some people.

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From the screenshot below, I only see a continuation of the bull run that started in Obama era which looks like it is coming to a screeching halt. I am not here to debate Trump vs Obama. I am only looking to find opportunities to make money.

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I just can’t let this one go. When you say you don’t want to start a discussion between Obama vs Trump, but in the same sentence you compare the two within a graph?
First off… I do not let the news media (especially organizations like CNBC) influence my trading. These groups have continued to show bias in almost everything they print or say.
Second…Under Trump the market has come to a screeching halt? Yes, it’s true the markets in the most part have continued a bull run, but under Obama the SP 500 increased at a rate of .506 points per day and under Trump it has increased at a rate of .68 points a day. This is a considerable increase. This does not consider other Markets that have even higher increases. You did fail to mention that you are comparing 8 years to 2. 5 years. Also, if you listen to the political pundits, you may think that Volatility has increased under Trump. If you do, Stop and look at VIX chart form 2008 forward and you will find the SMA moving down at a slow rate.

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Third..I think you assumed I do not like Obama? No feeling one way or another. I believe he was a pretty stagnant Podus as far as the Markets are concerned.
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The question was, Is the trade war worth it? Is losing Trillions in value for 200-300 Billion in tariffs worth it? CNBC info was just to show the fact of what value was lost since May 3rd. Showing the chart for 3 decades is to contridict your statement about bull run that was a continuation from previous administration. Isnt VIX moving down from 2008 is an indication of a bull market from previous administration? Then why fight it?

Showing your Ninja account performance is for what? What does it have to do with the topic of this thread? You want to measure who's is bigger? want to see mine? Please...

So is the trade war worth it?


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I just can’t let this one go. When you say you don’t want to start a discussion between Obama vs Trump, but in the same sentence you compare the two within a graph?
First off… I do not let the news media (especially organizations like CNBC) influence my trading. These groups have continued to show bias in almost everything they print or say.
Second…Under Trump the market has come to a screeching halt? Yes, it’s true the markets in the most part have continued a bull run, but under Obama the SP 500 increased at a rate of .506 points per day and under Trump it has increased at a rate of .68 points a day. This is a considerable increase. This does not consider other Markets that have even higher increases. You did fail to mention that you are comparing 8 years to 2. 5 years. Also, if you listen to the political pundits, you may think that Volatility has increased under Trump. If you do, Stop and look at VIX chart form 2008 forward and you will find the SMA moving down at a slow rate.

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Third..I think you assumed I do not like Obama? No feeling one way or another. I believe he was a pretty stagnant Podus as far as the Markets are concerned.
Trading opportunities under Trump? Here is a auto strategy just looking at the Emini Nasdaq 03-19 Contract (1 Contract).

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The 06-19 Contract is looking good also!



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