Uhm, anyone notice the stock market today? 10/10/18


#1

I thought maybe this would come up, but Dow is down about 600 points today. Which is nothing to sneeze at.


#2

FALSE. The trump train will roll on endlessly. There’s no reason to ever question “bear” or “bull” markets again. Trump always goes up. Stocks go up. Trump. MAGA.

It’s about ■■■■■■■ time the markets reacted the way they’re supposed to react though.


#3

Cool, there’s a blue light special on stock now. Bargains to be had. My 401k is going to love this.


#4

That’s it, talk the economy down or sabotage it in time for election.


#5

down 650 now


#6

Hilarious.


#7

I’m sorry you don’t think it’s a story, but when the Dow drops holy ■■■■ 750 and counting, it’s newsworty.


#8

make that 750


#9

down 1300 in a week


#10

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.marketwatch.com/amp/story/guid/391D2EF4-CCB6-11E8-8CE2-C42BAAD31F76

Scott Minerd of Guggenheim Partners on Wednesday reiterated a warning that a one-two punch of pending rate increases by the Federal Reserve and a corporate-tax-cut-fueled fiscal deficit would ultimately upend the stock market’s bull run.


#11

BUYBUYBUYBUYBUYBUY!!!

The above is a complete sentence.


#12

Most likely reaction to raising interest rates. Coupled to it’s the time of year the market generally takes a dip.


#13

650…libs are exaggerating again.


#14

i bought a little today


#15

#16

Good time to buy


#17

need Christmas money


#18

And with that, annualized return is lower under Trump than it was under Obama.

Booming economy.


#19

As I said months ago…wouldn’t surprise me one bit if they try to sabotage the economy just before election time.

“Some” libs are drooling over that prospect.


#20

yup

The index posted a loss of nearly 666 points, its sixth-worst decline ever on a points basis.

The last time the index posted a drop of more than 600 points was June 24, 2016, the day after the Brexit vote.

The eight other times the Dow closed more than 600 points lower all took place in the last 18 years. Half occurred during the financial crisis in 2008.

Friday, April 14, 2000 10,305.78 -617.77 -5.66
Monday, September 17, 2001 8,920.7 -684.81 -7.13
Monday, September 29, 2008 10,365.45 -777.68 -6.98
Thursday, October 09, 2008 8,579.19 -678.91 -7.33
Wednesday, October 15, 2008 8,577.91 -733.08 -7.87
Monday, December 01, 2008 8,149.09 -679.95 -7.7
Monday, August 08, 2011 10,809.85 -634.76 -5.55
Friday, June 24, 2016 17,400.75 -610.32 -3.39