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  • Open: 2,172.10
  • Day's Range: 2,161.95 - 2,173.71
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Not sure what any of this has to do with Trump. I think the bears have a point which is that the US markets are way overvalued for various reasons. I´m no permabear but i think the negatives far outweigh any positives I can see. I certainly dont enjoy the thought of anyone losing money.. 1) Stocks at 25 x earnings. 2) Profits are down from a year ago. 3) FED rate so low there is nowhere to go but up which means stocks will likely go down.. 4) Lots of various geo politcial risk across the world. 5) Brexit. 6) VIX at silly lows considering all the above and below (complacency). 7) Frequency of mass shootings/attacks across the Western world are increasing rapidly.. 8) Debt at higher levels than 2008. 9) Low global gdp growth.. . There´s probably some more negative things but that´s a start. . . .
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