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On Jan 20,2017 the SP500 closed at 2663.69.

On Dec 24, 2019 the SP500 closed at 2351.10.


That means the cumulative (not annualized!) return on the SP500 under Donald Trump has been 3.9%.

Under the last administration, during the same period of time the SP500 went from 805.22 to 1256.77. Or a gain of 56%.

Is this why Spitbubble isn't posting about the markets anymore?

Funny I don't see Ivy League Lite posting about the miracle of lower taxes anymore either. Is that because what little bump we got from the tax cuts is already over and the US economy is hurtling back down to its long term expected growth rate of 2-2.5%?

Even comrade GURPS' attempts to proclaim that even the inept and incompetent squirrel can sometimes produce sustained growth in the natural rate of GDP growth?

To lead, you have to look forward.

To manage, you have to have a plan and you have to be surrounded by highly qualified people who are committed to carrying out that plan.

Trump is neither a leader nor a manager. He is a spoiled little rich girl who can't get her way and the rest of us are suffering her because of her temper tantrums.
 

CPUSA

Well-Known Member
On Jan 20,2017 the SP500 closed at 2663.69.

On Dec 24, 2019 the SP500 closed at 2351.10.


That means the cumulative (not annualized!) return on the SP500 under Donald Trump has been 3.9%.

Under the last administration, during the same period of time the SP500 went from 805.22 to 1256.77. Or a gain of 56%.

Is this why Spitbubble isn't posting about the markets anymore?

Funny I don't see Ivy League Lite posting about the miracle of lower taxes anymore either. Is that because what little bump we got from the tax cuts is already over and the US economy is hurtling back down to its long term expected growth rate of 2-2.5%?

Even comrade GURPS' attempts to proclaim that even the inept and incompetent squirrel can sometimes produce sustained growth in the natural rate of GDP growth?

To lead, you have to look forward.

To manage, you have to have a plan and you have to be surrounded by highly qualified people who are committed to carrying out that plan.

Trump is neither a leader nor a manager. He is a spoiled little rich girl who can't get her way and the rest of us are suffering her because of her temper tantrums.
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I want people to have an image in their heads of what you looked like when typing this garbage...
 

Yooper

Childhood idol: George Washington, Fighter Pilot
PREMO Member
On Jan 20,2017 the SP500 closed at 2663.69.

On Dec 24, 2019 the SP500 closed at 2351.10.


That means the cumulative (not annualized!) return on the SP500 under Donald Trump has been 3.9%.

Under the last administration, during the same period of time the SP500 went from 805.22 to 1256.77. Or a gain of 56%.

Is this why Spitbubble isn't posting about the markets anymore?

Funny I don't see Ivy League Lite posting about the miracle of lower taxes anymore either. Is that because what little bump we got from the tax cuts is already over and the US economy is hurtling back down to its long term expected growth rate of 2-2.5%?

Even comrade GURPS' attempts to proclaim that even the inept and incompetent squirrel can sometimes produce sustained growth in the natural rate of GDP growth?

To lead, you have to look forward.

To manage, you have to have a plan and you have to be surrounded by highly qualified people who are committed to carrying out that plan.

Trump is neither a leader nor a manager. He is a spoiled little rich girl who can't get her way and the rest of us are suffering her because of her temper tantrums.
If you widened your reading sources you would find that among the theories put forth about the stock market decline is the idea that the Market is unsure about the INCOMING Democrat majority in the House. If that's true (and we don't quite know about the causation correlation here, but we do know much of the Market decline occurred post-Election Day and that the Market is often a reflection of national anxiety), then the cause would NOT be Trump, but your Leftie buddies.

--- End of line (MCP)
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
... among the theories put forth about the stock market decline is the idea that the Market is unsure about the INCOMING Democrat majority in the House. [/B].

--- End of line (MCP)


which is what we had from 8 yrs of OBAMA
 
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