If he's tweeting, assume he's trading on it

Three facts:

  1. Donald Trump launched a direct attack on an American company in his press conference yesterday. In just the last few weeks, the President-elect has attacked Toyota, General Motors, and Lockheed on Twitter. 
  2. He also likes to take credit for moving sentiment on the stock markets, so he's indisputably aware of the consequences of his actions. 
  3. He refuses to enter a true blind trust with his money.


One conclusion:

You may be a Trump supporter, an opponent, or someone who's willing to wait and see. But when you consider all three of the above facts, you must be open to the possibility that Donald Trump and/or his inner circle could, might, and may even already have taken advantage of his public attacks on companies to short their stocks and make profits at the expense of other investors.


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