Due to a short-term growing fear in the US of a second corona wave and the ongoing demonstrations against racial discrimination, the markets have given away some of the gains of the past few weeks this week. But this is not a bad sign, on the contrary, for those who have not yet invested, there is a second optimal entry point. For everyone who has not yet got on the train, it is high time to jump up, the seats in the first class are filled but there is still enough space in the second class – the train is gaining momentum and we will soon see new and higher mountains climb. In our opinion, now is the time to act and enter the stock market!
The corona virus has now spread all over the world and while it is already fading in some countries, the worst is yet to come in others.
Of course, the stock exchange reacted to this and suffered severe discounts in March, around 30% was lost, but the market stabilized again in April and we have seen positive signs again since the last week of March.
Right now is the time to enter the market with fresh capital, old highs are being reached again and again, as history shows us, and now returns of 25% and more can be expected in the coming months.
We can only recommend you buy now and we will be happy to assist you with advice and comprehensive risk management
The US stock exchanges are still on the rise, showing again and again All Time Highs, which can not change the odd-looking policies of a Mr. Trump. Trump has now achieved a small partial success with his immigration policy, but only so much that the US has been able to choose who enters, but so far no countries have been mentioned which make it difficult or difficult to enter the US.
The FED is expected to raise interest rates one step further (25 basis points) before the summer months, the signs of the economy are good as well as the labor market stands on stable feet.
It is even more difficult in England, after Prime Minister May has lost the election and now, with the support of Northern Ireland, a minority government is striving, Brexit negotiations have become more difficult.
Dow Jones stands at 21409.55 points Nasdaq at 6247.15 points and S & P500 at 2439.07 points
The banks continue to show strong Bank of America, as well as U.S. Bank Corp. and American Express with your numbers were above expectations. In addition, IBM and Intel has released the numbers, IBM was better than expected, Intel was 1 cent per share below expectations.
After bad results from overseas and worse than expected ADP non farm jobs, the financial markets got strong haircuts today. The Dow Jones falls below the 15,000 mark. Furthermore, the uncertainty about the procedure of the Fed stressed the markets. Tomorrow we expect the unemployment rate for the United States. Dow 14960,59 (-216,95), Nasdaq 3401,47 (-43,78), S&P500 1608,90 (-22,48)