Monday, February 6, 2017

January Publication of the Daily Chronology of Global Markets and World Economics 2017-01 is Available from Amazon; DOW 20,000; SPX 2,300; SPX, INDU, COMPQ, NDX, NYA and TRAN All-Time Highs; President Trump Inauguration 1/20/17; Trump Signs Executive Orders; Pound is Pounded; Global Populism

The January Publication of the Daily Chronology of Global Markets and World Economics 2017-01 is available through Amazon. The epic market action continues with the Trump Rally marching on from November through January.

January’s Cover Highlights;
DOW 20,000
SPX 2,300

The month of January is historic with the Dow Jones Industrials printing above 20,000 for the first time in history. The next day the SPX prints above 2,300 for the first time ever. The chronology describes the epic event as it occurs in real-time highlighting the companies and sectors that put the indexes over the top.

The bulls continue buying stocks with reckless abandon believing in President Trump’s promises of infrastructures spending, reduced regulations and lower taxes and of course the ongoing belief and trust in the central bankers. The S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrials, Nasdaq Composite, Nasdaq 100, NYSE Composite and Dow Jones Transports all print all-time record highs in January although interestingly, the Russell 2000 small caps are still unable to rise above their early December highs.

President Trump is officially in office and begins his four-year term. President Obama rides off into the sunset dumping a host of problems in Trump’s lap. But such is the fate of all newly elected presidents. President Trump begins signing executive orders like a madman making good on campaign promises but one-half of the country is in a tizzy over the actions.

The Italian banking problem continues to fester and stink like garbage in the hot summer sun. Central bankers are figuring a way to bailout the troubled Italian, Spanish and Portuguese banks. Portugal markets are very sick but no one is paying attention.

The UK’s pound is pounded to the 1.19-1.20 area but sterling recovers back above 1.24 in early February. The global populism movement continues with elections on tap this spring in Netherlands and France. LePen is gaining in the polls causing angst across Europe.

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