Monday, 14 November 2016

Shakespeare Does the DOW.........................from Rico

As the Eagles sang "old Billy was right"...and Shakespeare wasn't just 'right' about killing all the lawyers, he was right about the DJIA centuries ago, too, when he wrote "Richard III."
- Think about my bad paraphrasing of "old Billy" while looking at the stock market:
 
Richard III, Act 1, Scene 1.
     "Now is the Winter of our discontent
     Made glorious Summer by this son of [New] York;
     And all the clouds that low'r'd upon our house
     In the deep bosom of the ocean buried."
 
Of course I refer to Trump, the son of New York, in the role of Edward. I hope America is spared Richard (Nixon was quite enough, than you very much).
- The DOW has been celebrating an upturn in America's prospects and fortunes by Trump having wrested the Presidency from the evil clutches of ambitious Hillary and that human malware called Soros. Take a look.
 
The DJIA had its best week in over five years following Trump's election, closing at an all-time high of 18,847 having gained 3.3% from Nov 8th to Friday's close.
- Already delivering on the promise to Make America Great Again?
 
Compare and contrast this to the 2008 election, when the DJIA lost 380 points for a 4.1% plunge for the week following Barry's election.
- Delivering false HOPE and CHANGE for the worse from the beginning.
 
Had Hillary been elected, it's likely that the resulting "Crash of 2016" would have dwarfed the "Crash of 1929" and had Bernie been elected everyone would be asking "what stock market."



1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The dates on "Obama impact on Markets" be 2008 not 2016.