We’re Heading Out of the Most Volatile Year in A Decade – Here’s Your Reward
WITH SHAH GILANI
Decemeber 29, 2018
Dear Wall Street Insights & Indictments Reader,
We’re back to buying the dip.
At least that’s the official word from President Donald Trump.
He said on Tuesday, “We have companies – the greatest in the world, and they’re doing really well. They have record kinds of numbers. So, I think it’s a tremendous opportunity to buy. Really a great opportunity to buy.”
And, he may be right – about buying this dip, that is.
He’s definitely right about America having great companies and about them doing “really well.”
The thing is, the market doesn’t listen to anyone’s recommendations, nor does it care.
Markets do what they do for their own reasons.
Those “reasons” include investor psychology, which is decidedly scared, like a deer in the headlights.
Trend and momentum are usually kissing-cousins reasons, and they’re down and have been picking up speed.
Then there’s the under-the-radar – for most investors and pundits, at least – reason: Algorithms and program trading run by computers on autopilot, for the most part.
Of course, there’s also earnings, which used to be the reason to buy or sell stocks.
But, no one talks about earnings, except for the president’s reference to them, when psychology is scared and negative, when trend and momentum look like an Olympic ski jump, and when machines are running the asylum.
Maybe we should close our eyes and ears to the markets’ reasonings and focus on earnings.
If we do, there are a ton of “stocks on sale…”
It’s going to be an interesting close to the year, and even more so to see how we kick off 2019.
While 2018 was the most volatile year for stocks since the financial crisis, it was a profitable one for members of my elite services (you may remember the quadruple-digit profit opportunity I crowed about back in February).
And it was a successful year for members of the rest of Money Map Press’ publications.
So it’s no surprise that 2018 was a landmark year for my publisher.
We had record-breaking sales, record-breaking performances, and delivered chances at record-breaking gains for our readers – and now it’s our turn to give back.
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Rep. Gohmert: Fund Wall or Continue Shutdown ‘Until Hell Freezes Over’
Rep. Louie Gohmert said if Democrats don’t agree to fund a wall on the southern border with Mexico, then the government shutdown should continue “until hell freezes over.”
The Texas Republican told Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” on Friday President Donald Trump should continue with his efforts “…because we keep seeing people losing their lives without (a wall).
“We owe it to our country. And the best thing we could do compassionately for Mexico and Central America is not give them money that ends up in the hands of drug cartels,” he added.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., made similar remarks on Friday, tweeting, “No wall money, no deal.”
The White House slashed its $5 billion demand for a border wall in half in an effort to end a week-long partial federal shutdown, but Democrats rejected it, reports Josh Dawsey of The Washington Post.
Dawsey, the Post’s White House reporter, tweeted a $2.5 billion figure in response to a post from NBC News’ Josh Lederman that incoming Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said the Trump administration had softened “its hard line” of $5 billion for the wall, though Mulvaney did not disclose an amount.
President Donald Trump and Democrats have been at an impasse over funding the wall, ensuring that the partial shutdown would continue into 2019. Trump threatened Friday to “close the Southern Border entirely” if he did not receive the necessary funds for a wall on the U.S-Mexico border.
The Senate and House held brief sessions Thursday, but neither chamber took any votes on any measure to fund the nine government departments that closed after money ran out Dec. 21.
Believe it or not, there are times when even the left has to admit when it’s wrong.
Naturally, you won’t find any self-reflection on the historic failures of leftism on CNN or any other mainstream network. Thankfully, conservative YouTubers are more than happy to fill the void.
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President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski denied the administration’s changes are a sign of chaos, but are instead what happens following midterm elections.
“It’s a very natural point after a midterm election for presidents to change out members of their Cabinet and members of the senior staff,” Lewandowski told Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” on Wednesday.
“I remember when Barack Obama changed out [Attorney General] Eric Holder for Loretta Lynch. His administration wasn’t in chaos.”
Lewandowski also noted that Obama fired outgoing Defense Secretary James Mattis “unceremoniously” when he removed him as head of Central Command, and said the “media doesn’t want to dwell” on the fact that there have been U.S. troops in Syria for “2,388 days.”
President Donald Trump suggested that a recent swoon in U.S. stock markets is a buying opportunity for investors, even though many analysts blame his policies and Washington gridlock for the plunge.
“We have companies — the greatest in the world — and they’re doing really well,” Trump told reporters at the White House on Tuesday. “They have record kinds of numbers. So I think it’s a tremendous opportunity to buy. Really a great opportunity to buy.”
U.S. equities extended a weeks-long slide into Christmas Eve, dragging the benchmark S&P 500 index to its lowest level in 20 months. The president has looked to the stock market as a barometer on his administration, and the declines have infuriated him. He has discussed firing Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell over the central bank’s interest rate increases, which Trump and his allies blame for the market plunge, though he concluded over the weekend it wasn’t within his power, according to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.