Dow reaches 22,000 for first time ever
Posted 02 August 2017 - 03:17 PM
For all you anti Trumpers here on Exisle...Looks like the economy doesn't seem to think President Trump is doing too bad of a job at all.
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Posted 02 August 2017 - 09:11 PM
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Posted 04 August 2017 - 10:50 PM
Do you, as sierraleone points out, take into account that the American dollar value has dropped? This means American products have gotten cheaper for overseas markets.
Do you take into account that it's mostly the rich who own stocks? So for the average person, this bit of news means nothing.
Do you take into account that it's big corporations that rely on overseas markets that are continuing to earn?
Did you look at the whole story, or did you only read the little line that said "Dow reaches 22,000 for first time ever"?
Have you ever looked at 'The National Enquirer' while standing in line at the store? They have a lot of one line gotcha's. That's what this is, a "gotcha".
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Posted 05 August 2017 - 12:32 AM
If you pay any attention to US financial markets, you can't avoid the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA). It's cited every single day as one of the THE barometers of our financial and economic strength; it runs across the bottom of at least a dozen TV channels throughout the day, and the evening news breathlessly announces every day's changes and celebrates each new record high.
I pretty much ignore it.
How can someone turn their back on THE indicator, THE barometer, THE MOST IMPORTANT NUMBER IN THE ENTIRE WORLD OF PUBLICLY TRADED COMPANIES?
Well, the short answer is that the DJIA has been faked and fudged so many times that I believe it has lost all value as any sort of long-term indicator. At best, it can only be viewed in terms of relatively short increments of a few years - and that has been true for as long as the DJIA has been in existence. Let's take a look...
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