MORE CHEAP MONEY = MORE CHEAP TRICKS | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

MORE CHEAP MONEY = MORE CHEAP TRICKS

Another week, another stream of mainstream media headlines that simplify complex economic and geopolitical facts and factors, distilling them down to a reason or two as to why markets move and economies shift.

Last week, for example, after the Dow slumped on Tuesday, 8 October after reports of failing trade negotiations between the U.S. and China, markets rebounded when President Trump tweeted brighter trade deal prospects.

However, the markets closed out on Friday, 11 October losing some gains following reports the deal would be achieved in “phases.”

Then yesterday, 14 October, the Dow opened flat on news that China wanted another round of talks before signing phase one of the trade deal.

With U.S. companies seeking alternative manufacturing sources, imports from “Communist” Vietnam (where America launched a deadly war that killed some four million Vietnamese and some 60,000 U.S. soldiers) rose 34 percent this year.

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