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The Day After Debate Investing

Discussion in 'Investing' started by The Brontide, Sep 30, 2020.

  1. The Brontide

    The Brontide Active Member

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    It is common for the markets to react to the debates the day after.

    It either sinks down or goes up hard.

    My thoughts are after watching the debate tonight, aside from fed influence, the markets did not like what they saw, the commodities futures are already reflecting that. But its still late evening.

    What are your thoughts. I suppose you can still add them if you only see this tomorrow morning.

    NOW, this is not a discussion of the debate decorum or content. It is about your investing reaction and how it plays to your expectation of the markets reaction. Even during the day tomorrow will be quite unique during trading hours.
     
  2. A55

    A55 Well-Known Member

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    For me, it's temporary volatility, and creates a buying opportunity. It's like getting a coupon for long term holds. As everything takes a dip, I can buy more shares of companies that will not fold, and pay dividends. No matter who gets elected, Coca Cola will still sell soda and pay a dividend. Whether Trump wins or loses, Kraft Heinz will bottle ketchup. Biden or Trump, Costco, Walmart, and Target stay open. Screenshot_20200929-230434.png
     
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