quarta-feira, 30 de novembro de 2016

"Rally de Trump" dura até o dia de sua posse", diz Tom McClellan, editor do "McClellan Report", para a CNBC

"Rally de Trump" dura até o dia de sua posse", diz Tom McClellan, editor do "McClellan Report", em matéria publicada horas atrás pelo portal CNBC

Diz ele que, após a eleição, as pessoas se entusiasmam esperando que tudo que está errado possa ser corrigido, etc, etc, etc

Numa outra direção, ao assumir, o governo seguinte, "diferente" do "antigo", encara questões aparenteenente piores do que imaginava.....há uma certa decepção, o mercado vende, etc, etc, etc

É......pode ser......

Não estou falando do Tom McClellan, que faz um trabalho excepcional com seus "relatórios"....

Mas, o que a midia dizia caso Trump vencesse ?

"Que seria o caos"

Enfim....

Lembrando que Donald Trump assume dia 20 de janeiro de 2017

Fiquem com a matéria:

http://www.cnbc.com/2016/11/29/trump-market-rally-will-end-after-inauguration-expert-predicts.html

Trump market rally will end after inauguration, expert predicts
Michelle Fox | @MFoxCNBC
11 Hours Ago
CNBC.com

The market may be rallying on President-elect Donald Trump's victory, but one market expert told CNBC he expects that to end after Inauguration Day.
That's because that has been the pattern when a new president from a different party takes office, said Tom McClellan, editor of the McClellan Market Report.

After the election, hopefulness and euphoria usually sends stocks higher because "everybody assumes that whatever's wrong is going to get changed or fixed by the new guy even though nobody's doing anything yet in terms of governing," he said in an interview with "Closing Bell" on Tuesday.

However, the morning after the inauguration, people realize the problems still exist and it will take longer to fix them, he noted.

"That tends to bum everyone out and so they sell their stocks."

And that's not the only thing that can discourage investors, according to McClellan.

Typically, a new president from a different party finds that things are worse than he said during the campaign, and the only solution is whatever package of tax cuts or tax hikes or spending he wants to get through Congress, McClellan explained.

"Investors don't like to hearing that things are worse than we expected and that tends to depress prices during the first year of a new term."

Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States on Jan. 20.