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The reason it's so important is that the stronger growth is likely to support higher stock prices even in the absence of pro-growth policies from the Trump administration.feedback
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Apr 18 2017 Trump Presidency
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Instead of spending in traditional ways, consumers have decided to spend their additional dollars in technology and online shopping.feedback

Investors are buying anything that looks like a dip and that is because the fundamentals continue to be pretty good even though I think there is a lot of anxiety about next week's election. With the pullback, I think investors are seeing some bargains out there.feedback

The reason we're seeing the flurry is the expectation that interest rates will go up and that deals will get more expensive in the future.feedback

Certainly in the oil industry with prices down, you're not seeing that. But in other industries where there is growth, its very slow. And management is looking for a way to grow earnings. I'd concur that it says this is a time to be buying stocks but it also says they're struggling to get the earnings growth that's needed in order to support higher stock prices in the future.feedback

For the past few days, we've seen some intraday volatility, especially in international markets. Given what happened with the pound overnight, I think investors are consolidating some positions.feedback

We're back in the world of volatility, which I don't think is a surprise since we've had fears over the Fed and falling commodity prices.feedback

When Fischer spoke and suggested September was more live than what investors had taken from Yellen comments, that did of course lead to a little bit of concern that the move would be sooner than what investors were overall anticipating.feedback

The ride up there is going to be bumpy, not smooth and that may trigger alarms. The Dow reaching 20,000 will depend on several factors, including earnings and monetary policy. I think the Dow is headed higher; we're still in a bull market. Whether it [hits 20,000] between now and the end of the year, I don't know.feedback

With an election where both candidates are likely to talk about how badly the economy is doing and how disappointing growth has been, investors as a whole are more anxious than the job picture would suggest.feedback

You've seen better earnings, especially from companies that do a lot of business internationally. It is part of what's powered the market higher in July.feedback

It was a strong report and it put to bed worries that we were seeing the job market sputter.feedback

I don't think investors are nearly as excited as they would typically be in an environment where stocks are close to record highs.feedback

I'd say the main focus is how strong the U.S. economy is, especially with [Friday's] drop in durable goods. Investors are looking for clues about the significance of the vote and what it means for economic growth and earnings growth. Whatever helps them figure out the implications will be the focus next week. Thursday night's surprise Brexit would continue to have "a lingering effect.feedback

The durable goods report was clearly disappointing. I don't think anybody was surprised.feedback

I think it's adding to the volatility, especially with the results of the meeting more dovish than expected, countered by commentary more similar to what we expect.feedback

It is the resilience of the U.S, that is the key, not that it has to pick up the pace with China slowing down. It's not a super environment, but an OK environment.feedback

(The report) is one more sign the domestic economy continues to chug along. Maybe today investors will focus on the fact the world has more going on than China.feedback

The 0.3 percent wage growth does say the pressures from the job growth we've seen are beginning to show up in wages and becoming more consistent from month to month. If we are looking for reasons why the Fed is potentially still going in June, it is that wages really are starting to pick up.feedback

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