Trump - Hillary - Dow - FTSE - DAX … historical highs expected by 2017.

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Have had a lot of communication as to why haven’t written recently … So here we are !

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Let’s start with the hot topic of politics and the US elections – Trump or Hillary? My hunch has been Hillary … as she is a seasoned follower and servant of “The Agenda” and they have enough dirt on her to be certain they can always make her move in any direction they wish – or else! That is not so much so with Trump, not many skeletons in his cupboard to be used for blackmail BUT that does not mean he will not be following the “The Agenda” and do as he is told. He will not build a wall or bring jobs to USA or stop immigration or make America great again and nor will Hillary. You don’t get to become president to serve the people, you get to become president to serve the central bankers. That goes the same for Europe and our new Teresa May, who has already put up taxes on children’s goods, actively thinking of new taxes to impose on anything and everything she/they can think of … taking away benefits from the needy even further and damaging and privatising national health as far as it can be pushed… so to bring us in par with the disastrous health system of USA which Obama managed to have the premiums increased by some 40% and deductibles even made scarcer… UK is heading in a similar direction…slowly but surely … boiling the frog thing.

Could they choose to have Trump elected rather than Hillary? It is possible as Hillary has become a liability and her credibility is very much in question in the public eye, this makes it harder to get the public to accept continuation of “The Agenda” without opposition, whereas Trump is seen to an extend as anti-system, claiming the system is corrupt and rigged – he is one of the people/them he says. Therefore getting Trump elected could work very well for them, they can do anything and everything and blame it on his inexperience or that he is kind of unhinged. It all depends which script they want to follow right now – There is a third option which I am thinking is possible – Get Hillary elected then she gets ill or cannot continue and a replacement is brought – just like what they did with the scripted Cameron resigning and Teresa May coming in from oblivion  – If it worked in UK then why not try it in USA I suppose.

Now to the markets – I feel whoever gets elected in USA the Dow and S&P will make historical highs by New Year – I see DJIA crossing 19,000 at the very least by 2017 and DAX crossing 11,000 … FTSE should be back up to 7,000 again and some.

I feel the bull market is not over until Dow Jones has hit 20,000 … something I’ve been insisting on since 2014 and I still continue to insist.

Is the bubble over? not yet … but we are getting close with PE ratios of 36 ish average which indicates this bubble is very close to bursting.

Having said the above … We could go even higher than DJIA 20,000 we could see it move to 22,000 … but it is worth taking a break and closing position at 20k and see where they want to take us from there.

Will post after the US election results

All in my humble opinion and no financial or investment advice intended.

always expect success

Andre

 

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Comments

  1. Anthony says:

    I like how you think Andre, very interesting thank you for your thoughts.
    ANT

  2. Chris T. says:

    Agree Sir,,makes no difference who gets elected in USA, they are all the same and they’ll stay with the banker’s programme. When will we have a true democracy? I hope you are right about the market rally after the elections. I am going long on wall street today.

    Much respect sir, Chris

  3. Joanna S. says:

    Very very interesting Andre, food for thought.
    Please do post more often, I always look forward to your analysis and thoughts. I agree with what you said about Teresa May, she has only increased levies and taxes since she came in. This woman will destroy Britain. good luck !!

  4. Amit S says:

    wow wow brave call Andre–brave

    RESPECT !!!

    Admirer

    Amit

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