Trump rally continues


#248

Please explain the [quote=“Cratic3947, post:246, topic:853, full:true”]

Trump is not letting the banks make no doc loans.

If Obama’s economy was so great, Hillary would have won…
[/quote]

Please explain “no doc” loans. And how Trump isn’t letting them.


#249

Retail sale up in July showing economy remains strong…

“Retail sales in July increased 6.4 percent from a year ago.”

“Consumer spending is being supported by a tightening labor market, which is steadily pushing up wages. Tax cuts and higher savings are also underpinning consumption.”

Sweet…Trump is Cool…


#250

…when he cheats on his wives.


#251

“Retail sales in July increased 6.4 percent from a year ago.”… Bimbo eruptions?


#252


#253

He does that…nor does he post the link so we can’t check the information. :wink:


#254

ytd…


#255

Nice chart… It will have another up swing if Reps keep the house.


#256

i have no idea. but you seem to be able to predict everything related to the market and the Mueller investigation so you’re my Carnac.


#257

I was as little worried, housing sales slowed down in June around here, but picked back up in July, though not to May levels. But we have tons of tourists which is confirmed in the retail sales increase in July. The consumer is 60% of the GDP, I think… So, Christmas is looking good unless too many democrats take power.


#258

Heck if Dems take the House they’ll probably cancel Christmas altogether. Happy Holidays!


#259

Can you smell the walmart shoppers?..

" Walmart Bounces Back With Best Sales in More Than a Decade"

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-08-16/walmart-s-best-sales-in-more-than-a-decade-hearten-wall-street

Trump is Cool


Illinois manufacturer moving to Mexico over Trump tariffs
#260

and the next day…

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-08-16/u-s-housing-starts-rebounded-in-july-on-single-family-increase


#261

Yes, Christmas hating freaks…


#262

Tax cuts and rising wages…

“Buoyed by rising wages and employment, plus a tax cut, all of which have translated into disposable-income gains, consumers are spending again with more abandon than they have in years”

https://www.wsj.com/articles/walmart-rides-strong-consumer-spending-to-fastest-sales-growth-in-over-a-decade-1534419073


#263

When Chinese imports are sky high who would have thought it.


#264

Yer funny.


#265

Actually, a lot of their growth was in groceries. So, most would come from the great US


#266

Wow, the news of China coming to the table may trigger a new leg up when combined with the reports of retails sales way up over last year…


#267

Housing market needs to cool off a bit.