Markets Are Learning the Trump Pattern

Once again, we had another "scoop" about the administration after the market closed. There was a slightly different tone on Tuesday though.

Recall my view that the market teaches us a pattern over and over again until we learn it -- and then once we learn it, the market changes the pattern. Every time some breaking news on the administration came out over the past four months, we've seen folks make a "this is it" comment. They've said: "Surely this will take the market down," but then the market doesn't go down. So then they applaud the fact that the market held up so well. Sure, if you expect the market to go down on every word out of the White House and it doesn't, then you would be surprised....295 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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