The Market Is Telling Us President Trump Wins 2020 In A Landslide

The bigger story is that the stock market is showing zero indication that President Trump will step down as President…

by Graham Summers of Gains, Pains, & Capital

The Santa rally has ignited stocks to new all-time highs.

However, the bigger story is that the stock market is showing zero indication that President Trump will step down as President. If anything, the stock market has begun discounting a landslide win by Trump in the 2020 election.

Early in his first term, the President began branding the stock market as a barometer of his success. Indeed, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin even went so far as to admit the Trump White House views the stock market as a “report card.”

As a result of this, the market is now closely tied to Trump’s Presidency. Time and again during the Mueller investigation, whenever a story hit the wires suggesting the president was in danger, the stock market would nose-dive.

Compare that to the stock market’s performance during the current phony impeachment sham. The Democrats first began an impeachment investigation in late July. They upgraded the process to an impeachment inquiry in late September. And since that time the stock market has gone STRAIGHT UP.

 

This tells us one thing: there is zero danger of President Trump leaving office. If anything, the market is beginning to discount a second Trump term… one in which the President is even more aggressive in his economically friendly policies.

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Graham Summers

Chief Market Strategist

Phoenix Capital Research