I made the prediction several weeks ago that a Trump Administration will start a trade war with China.
I think in some ways a “cold trade war” with China has already begun as evidenced from the threats flying back and forth from both the US and China like this threat here.
I would like (Read More….)
A great stock to short for the coming trade war with China is Wal-Mart. Wal-Mart gets many of its products from China and other countries which is why they are known as a “discount” retailer.
A Trump Administration will likely favor American-made goods and place tariffs on foreign-made goods. A Trump Administration could rewrite various (Read More….)
A trade war between the US and China is likely going to start next year with a key promise of Trump to declare China a “currency manipulator” on day one of his Presidency and to enact a 45% tariff on certain Chinese produced products sold in US markets.
China has threatened to retaliate by dumping (Read More….)
We know what Trump is bringing to the globalists brawl that has already begun with shots like China threatening a trade war against the US. Globalists are not going just to roll over quietly for a Trump Administration.
Lisa Haven thinks that globalists could crash the US economy in response to Trump’s win. Lisa thinks (Read More….)
For the week, the DJIA gained 0.1%, the S&P 500 rose 0.8%, and the Nasdaq climbed 1.6%.
Economic data and Federal Reserve commentary virtually sealed the deal that a rate hike is coming at next month’s monetary policy meeting.
Trump needs to fire Yellen IMO. Trump has pledged a $1 trillion infrastructure spending program to (Read More….)
China has threatened to cut off the sales of US goods in China if Trump follows through with his campaign promise to declare China a currency manipulator on day one of his presidency and to place 45% tariffs on goods imported from China.
The Chinese government responded to Trump’s win with an editorial in a (Read More….)
Protectionist policies in the form of tariffs and quotas are coming from a Trump Administration. It seems appropriate then that we examine tariffs and quotas from a macroeconomics perspective.
The two most common ways of restricting trade are with tariffs and quotas. From a political point of view and to prevent a trade war, a (Read More….)
Do you remember when the WSJ, CNN, CNBC, NBC, ABC, CBS, Bloomberg, Forbes, and Reuters ran stories at the start of the year about how no one even knows who was advising Trump on economic matters? They even went as far to say that Trump had no support of any economists.
That never sat right (Read More….)