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This is a complicated market, and we are beset with one of the strangest paradoxes I’ve seen in 28 years as a trader and investor in the form of a Fed that is looking to lower rates when market indexes are at or near all-time highs. Until further notice, this remains what I believe is primarily an opportunistic swing-trader’s market, while those seeking more intermediate-term trends should consider holding more cash.
and here was the result!
In the past, when seeking to change a bad deal to a contract of fair benefeits, every worker has had to tighten their belt (on striking) for a better future for our children.
The tarif wars are no different. Suck it up, tighten our belts, and be steadfast in our resolve. If the world united in fair commerce, and each country accepts its own responsibilities to one another, justice would prevail.
From my HGSI Facebook Group.
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