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@GoldfingerProtectionism and stiff taxes on imports are absolutely not growth stimulative, 4% GDP growth is not happening anytime soon or ever again in the US. Treasuries are fairly attractive here and $gold remains quite constructive here.
@Goldfinger$Trump is planning to turn institutions/agreements that have been constructed for 30+ years upside down in less than a year. Just because he thinks he knows better. Quite an interesting experiment. The U.S. does not exist in a vacuum and our trade partners have their choices too. Dangerous stuff IMO.
@GoldfingerI doubt the attitude of "We can do what we want because we are the biggest and best, and everyone will have to go along with it." is going to work, and certainly will NOT stimulate economic growth. $Trump
@GoldfingerGuggenheim's 10 macro themes for 2017: http://cdn.ceo.ca/1c8d9fc-IMG_5165.JPG+ this list paints a picture of an economy that will experience a short term sugar high in 2017 with employment getting as good as it's ever gonna get but #5 has a distinctly recessionary flavor to it. My takeaway is sell rallies in US equities and buy dips in Long term Treasury bonds.
@MiningBookGuytechnical analysis question for @goldfinger@pamplonaTrader@dirkdiggler & others - anyone concerned by the 'parabolic' looking moves going on in some 'big names' right now? $IVN, $NDM$NXE are 3 examples (i own some $NXE, never owned $IVN or $NDM).
i'm just wondering if anyone is thinking warning signs...or if they actually seem to have plenty of room to run for weeks/months. i'm thinking new institutional investment would be the main reason to be bullish on any of them (besides just a positive looking chart). out of the 3, $NXE seems the 'least' parabolic, and $NDM the most worrisome...but this is based on a quick glance and my own intuition. just curious as to thoughts on these 'big names' that have made 'big bucks' for people recently. #TechnicalAnalysis#Charts#BigNames