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    Quote Originally Posted by bennysgohome View Post
    LOL! We can thank Obama for our crumbling healthcare infrastructure. The market is purely related to confidence in an administration and what they will be doing for the tax code.
    You are like a pull string toy, just pull the string on the back, and blah blah blah.....

    Health care employs way way more high paying jobs than coal, but that's not what this treadde is aboot. You'd rather have a rogue el jeffe, no respect for rule of law, running our country. The alternative was disgusting, but to defend this moron (The Donald) is no less.

  2. #1812
    Quote Originally Posted by bennysgohome View Post
    LOL! We can thank Obama for our crumbling healthcare infrastructure. The market is purely related to confidence in an administration and what they will be doing for the tax code.
    DJT has definitely been good for the market so far. It's been great and continues to reach all time highs... But it was great before he got elected too and was also at an all time high...

    If you give DJT credit for the current run do you give Obama credit as well? I personally do not give any president all the credit for the market they inherit. The market goes up and down in cycles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nynj View Post
    I personally do not give any president all the credit for the market they inherit. The market goes up and down in cycles.
    Very true. A classic example is the .com market of the 1990s. Many credit Bill Clinton, but that boom would never have happened if Reagan had not lowered taxes 8 years prior; it takes years for a tax drop to run into the market. Bill tried to raise taxes until he ran into the other moron, Newt

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    u guys are in the wrong sport u should all be on the golf course talking markets

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    There's a there. It's been firmly established. We know the why and the what, and most of the when. It's all aboot the whoooo! Whooo! Whooooo!

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  7. Quote Originally Posted by nynj View Post
    DJT has definitely been good for the market so far. It's been great and continues to reach all time highs... But it was great before he got elected too and was also at an all time high...

    If you give DJT credit for the current run do you give Obama credit as well? I personally do not give any president all the credit for the market they inherit. The market goes up and down in cycles.
    Nynj continues to be the voice of reason. Wearing no other jersey but 'merica!

    I think all of us could use a little less ideology and a lot more pragmatism. If we really want to MAGA we gotta be more like this man.

    Thank you for calling it like it is!

  8. #1818
    hey NYNJ, does beatsoon swallow?

  9. #1819
    Quote Originally Posted by sigmund View Post
    Yep. Thanks Obama!
    Every week or so they release the straps on your strait jacket, siggy & you flail your keyboart ^

    Obama's economic reviews are decidedly mixed at best. And yet no one has a thing on Obama's narcissistic penchant for blowing his own horn.

  10. #1820
    Quote Originally Posted by nynj View Post
    DJT has definitely been good for the market so far. It's been great and continues to reach all time highs... But it was great before he got elected too and was also at an all time high...

    If you give DJT credit for the current run do you give Obama credit as well? I personally do not give any president all the credit for the market they inherit. The market goes up and down in cycles.
    It is also worth pointing out that the market is, by many indicators, artificially inflated, and the current upward trajectory is not sustainable. I have very smart friends (way smarter than I am when it comes to financial matters) who believe firmly that the market is due for a significant downward correction.

    This is not a statement on DJT or Obama or anyone else, but I would be careful about citing the current bull market as an indicator of anything other than low interest rates and excited speculation about de-regulation by the Trump administration (which has yet to actually happen....).