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Trump's bark found in his anti-globalization position in reality will be a lot worse than its bite in terms of actual implementation.
I'd say the election is a good chunk of it.
Trump will create a colossal panic, but the relief rally will be outstanding.
The market's going to push the Fed until the Fed breaks and doesn't hike.
The risk reward even [in] the shorter term is quite good as the market is almost fully in the December hike camp. If those chances are to change to the downside, miners will be a great beneficiary.
In terms of share price, these stocks will be a lot more concerned with what is going on in Europe. Once we return to a toxic DB [Deutsche Bank] atmosphere that was prevalent just a few weeks ago, US financials will drop.
Deutsche Bank is not Lehman in terms of the overall global risk, but the political situation is almost identical.
The politicians in Germany aren't in position right now to do anything ahead of the election. The beast in the market, the serpent in the market, knows this, and the market will push and push and push until they break the politicians in Germany to come up with public funds.
The one consistent thing we've seen with Amazon the last 15 years, really, is they have a big capital expenditure investment cycle that repeats itself over and over again.
I don't think the Street is ready for it.
I think we'll be down 10 or 15 percent pretty quick.
Because they kept interest rates so low for eight years, there's $8 or $9 trillion of commodity debt, of emerging markets debt and of oil debt that have been issued out that are dollar sensitive.
Near term, it's extremely over-bought, and if you look at the new ownership of Apple, the last nine months, you've got about 52 million shares that were purchased by central banks and sovereign wealth funds reaching for yield. There's a premium Apple that's been bid up because of the dividend.
A Brexit risk created a blowoff top in bonds that started to form over the past week–a classic blowoff top where you see real panic buying, where you've seen close to 10 trillion dollars in bonds globally.
Central bankers are driving capital into places it just shouldn't be. People are using these types of stocks as bonds. You have investors all around the world flocking to the United States trying to get some income and it's just a very, very crowded trade.