Majority of Business CFO’s Agree On 1 Thing About Trump…And Libs Are Furious
By Benjamin Arie
on September 19, 2017 at 3:19pm
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In the days and weeks before the 2016 election, liberals made grave predictions about what would happen in the then-unlikely event of a Trump win.
On November 8, the “unthinkable” happened. Donald Trump took the White House and to the chagrin of leftist nay-sayers, the stock market is now at a record high.
Now, liberals have another reason to eat crow: A staggering 77 percent of business financial leaders give credit to Trump for the booming economy.
“More than three quarters of respondents to this quarter’s CNBC Global CFO Council poll say President Donald Trump deserves at least some of the credit for the stock market’s record run in 2017,” reported CNBC News on Monday.
That poll targeted chief financial officers of some of the most important enterprises around the world. Together, the executives polled represent some $4 trillion — that’s trillion with a “T” — of market capitalization.
The Trump administration has made it clear that it believes the stock market rally is directly connected to their policies.
“Business is looking better than ever with business enthusiasm at record levels. Stock Market at an all-time high. That doesn’t just happen!” the president posted on Twitter around the beginning of August.
The acknowledgement of Trump’s role in the rising stock market is particularly interesting in light of the doom and gloom that was spread prior to the election.
“If Donald Trump wins the election, U.S. stocks (and likely many other markets overseas) will almost certainly tank,” predicted CNN two weeks before the election.
“Almost everyone on Wall Street currently predicts Hillary Clinton will win the White House,” that pre-election report continued. “A Trump triumph would likely cause investors to flee stocks to the safety of gold and bonds.”
It looks like the “experts” at CNN should stick to playing the penny slot machines. In reality, the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed to over 22,000 on Tuesday, setting a new stock market record.
It’s amazing what happens when the White House is occupied by someone who understands business, and wants what’s best for America. It may pain them to admit it, but financial executives are finally giving the president credit where it’s due.
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