Trump Jobs Report: Quick Recovery Ahead?

Happy Days are almost here again, according to President Trump, who used Friday’s Jobs Report and the corresponding rise in the Stock Market as proof that a restored prosperity is just around the corner. He calls it the greatest comeback in American history, and says the experts were all wrong. But is that really the case? Vere Global CIO Mark Collinsworth has quite a different viewpoint, as you’ll hear in this interview with Larry Sparano:

Wall Street Closes Friday Without Much Optimism for the Week Ahead

The bit of a rally that was seen on Thursday evaporated by time the Market closed this Friday. The Dow dropped 913 points as news of the accelerating spread of the Coronavirus kept investors nervous. Vere Global’s Chief Investment Officer Mark Collinsworth talks about what is and isn’t moving on Wall Street with On Target’s Larry Sparano:
 
 
 
 

Market Uptick: How Much Hope From Thursday’s Close?

Stocks inched higher on Thursday, following a week of big losses. The Dow gained 188 points, the Nasdaq almost 161 and the S&P 500 11 points. Hardly a turn-around, but does it mean the bottom is in sight? Not necessarily, as Mark Collinsworth of Vere Global Finance explains to On Target’s Larry Sparano:

Bet on Trump, Invest in China and Think Twice about Tesla, says Private Asset Manager

Why you shouldn’t be afraid of investing in China, despite the coronavirus, and why you should hesitate to invest in Tesla: That’s what Vere Global Chief Investment Officer Mark Collinsworth is telling his investors. On Target’s Larry Sparano asked him about that, and also if he thinks the upswing in the economy will last long enough to get Trump elected again. Larry begins by asking how badly will the coronavirus affect the global economy, even if the epidemic is brief and limited mainly to China:

Bet on Trump, Invest in China and Think Twice about Tesla, says Private Asset Manager

Why you shouldn’t be afraid of investing in China, despite the coronavirus, and why you should hesitate to invest in Tesla: That’s what Vere Global Chief Investment Officer Mark Collinsworth is telling his investors. On Target’s Larry Sparano asked him about that, and also if he thinks the upswing in the economy will last long enough to get Trump elected again. Larry begins by asking how badly will the coronavirus affect the global economy, even if the epidemic is brief and limited mainly to China:

 

Gerald Celente: What happens to the economy if Trump Isn’t Re-elected?

What will happen to the economy following the 2020 Presidential Election? Will it matter if Trump is re-elected, or defeated? And will it be “China’s Century” no matter what happens in America? Those are among the questions On Target’s Larry Sparano asked of famed Trends Forecaster Gerald Celente

Will Failing Economy Doom Trump?

Economic indicators are pointing to a recession–or worse–ahead. Would a worsening economic crisis doom Trump’s re-election bid? That’s the topic today, with On-Target’s Larry Sparano and Former AP Newsman Bryant Thomas:

Labor Secretary: U.S. Becoming 3rd World Country

Things Fall Apart:  And that’s what Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich says is happening to the United States.  Reich, who was Labor Secretary under Clinton, says the signs are there, and they signal the country’s descent into economic and social chaos. Here’s On-Target’s Larry Sparano talking about that with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

 

Gerald Celente: The Trump Bump –Will It Last?

Famed Trends Forecaster Gerald Celente says the economic boost that’s come about recently is only partly because of  Trump’s tax  cuts for the rich.  He says the bigger reason is that the Fed has stopped raising interest rates.  What does all this mean to the average person?  Celente explains in this conversation with On-Target’s Larry Sparano: