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10-OCTOBER 09-2020

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BOOMDon’t believe that markets are addicted to stimulus?  Consider Thursday’s job numbers.  Over 804,000 workers filed for first time unemployment benefits.  That’s a lot of people who experienced a job loss more than eight months into a global pandemic.
Yet the market rose.  Why?  As long as the job market is struggling, the possibility of continued stimulus — which also helps keep the market propped up — is likely.  Much like the “Trade War” headlines the past few years, a lot of the daily market moves can now be attributed to potential stimulus measures.  That’s a trend worth paying attention to.

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We will face challenges day!  Are you making this grave mistake?  Here’s Darren Hardy to elaborate!

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