Investing in Stocks After Trump's First 100 Days

Investing in Stocks After Trump's First 100 Days

Press Release ( - Los Angeles, CA - May 03, 2017 - Many stock market pundits feared that the market would decline in the first 100 days of a Trump administration. If you trade stocks online, you may have felt the same. However, market watchers have seen an increase in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, as well as other leading indexes. “It’s difficult to ignore stocks that have strong fundamentals,” says Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor (

Self-directed investors increasingly follow Jackson’s commentary and stock picks. “Not all stocks in the stock market are experiencing growth in top-line revenue. It’s important to drop your losers and add to your winners,” says Jackson.

Jackson’s point is well taken. Wall Street clearly has its favorites when it comes to social media, financials and retail stocks. If you are investing for the long-term, your goal should be to plant the right seeds and own shares in companies Wall Street favors today. By doing so, you will be putting your best foot forward.

Tyrone Jackson’s audio program, Hot Stocks Big Profits, can be downloaded directly from the Wealthy Investor website, by going to

In Hot Stocks Big Profits, Jackson walks you through the stock market in easy-to-understand language, and explains which members of The Dow Jones Industrial Average are HOT in this market and have the greatest probability of going higher.

These days, it is not enough to have an online trading account. You will also need the financial education that will allow you to choose equities that best suit your long-term goals.

Source : Tyrone Jackson, the Wealthy Investor
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