7% drop in last 4 weeks - will stocks drop more?

In the last four (4) weeks, both the Dow and Nasdaq have dropped 7% approx. The Dow has dropped about 1,800 pts and the Nasdaq has dropped about 600 pts. Will stocks drop more? Probably. The U.S./China trade war is worsening, not getting better. China senses that, by playing the long game, they will outlast President Trump who does not have the luxury of time on his side. Trump faces an election in 2020, President Xi does not. More and more U.S. business and farmer groups are sounding alarm bells about the harm that the trade war is causing. Worldwide, business is slowing and the U.S. probably cannot escape at least some of the fallout from weaker economies overseas.  Just one of the many bearish issues on the world economic scene can push Markets down dramatically. Remember - options investors can profit if stocks go up or down. We'll be ready for whichever direction Markets decide to go. We hope that you'll join us.


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