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Andrew Masters

The Impact of Trump and Brexit in 2017

The year 2017 is shaping up to be one of the most volatile and exciting times for the financial markets in recent years and we believe that two events in particular will play the most important part on how the year unfolds. As the whole world already knows, Donald Trump has been elected president of … Continue reading The Impact of Trump and Brexit in 2017

James Hyerczyk

Don’t Blame Trump for the Volatility, Blame Hope, Fear and Greed

I spent some time this week going over the transcripts of President-elect Donald Trump’s victory speech in November and his press conference on January 11. I was trying to match Trump’s words with intraday chart patterns of various markets. Specifically, I was looking for the number of times Trump said “buy stocks” and “sell stocks”. … Continue reading Don’t Blame Trump for the Volatility, Blame Hope, Fear and Greed

Andrew Masters

Trends in 2017

US Presidential Inauguration The inauguration of the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump will begin on January 19 and will continue for three days. This is reported in the media with reference to Trump’ the graph. The elected president said that on the first day in office as the boss of the the … Continue reading Trends in 2017

Yaki Kellmer

Strong US Dollar, Trump and Fed Policy Lead to Recession or New Records in 2017?

Donald Trump believe in the American economy and markets quickly concluded that if Trump would implement his policy, the result will be a trade-in of ‘buy stocks and sell bonds’. The instinct outcome of planning infrastructure projects propels stocks market and might lead to inflation, hence, rate hike probability increases. Indeed, we saw a really impressive surge … Continue reading Strong US Dollar, Trump and Fed Policy Lead to Recession or New Records in 2017?

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