Companies Take Trump Seriously, and So Must We

Every now and then, the market gives you a look at what people are thinking. On Thursday, we got a great look. The S&P was down starting in the overnight session and into the morning as pundits tried to parse what the Trump press conference meant for markets. The headlines throughout the day mostly alluded to stocks being down from Trump under-delivering in the presser.

Now, to borrow a line from the wise Jim Cramer and Mad Money, this is Real Money, not Real Politics. We aren't here to discuss the rights and wrongs of the political situation, but rather to try and figure out how to make money from it. With that said, we need to listen to what Trump says and match that against how companies are reacting, because that is what will drive markets and that's what prudent financial analysis demands....398 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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