What will the stock market do when the Democratic party is neutered next Tuesday?

Posted on August 21st, 2011 by admin1 in democratic marketing

52 week high? More?

The Stock Market and economic activity in general will rise dramatically once they are given even the slightest hint that adults are once again driving the bus.

9 Comments on “What will the stock market do when the Democratic party is neutered next Tuesday?”

  1. Astro

    i dont knowReferences :

  2. Robert Couder

    Considering it’s gone up by 35% since Obama took over, I expect it to fall hard once the conservatards take over.References :

  3. apeman605

    It probably has already adjusted to that probability. They know what is going just as well as we do.References :

  4. Panama Joe

    The greed of Republicans astonishes me. Bush starts not one, but two wars with lies and deceits, ans Republicans celebrate.

    None of their children are dying, now are they?References :

  5. righteousjohnson

    The Stock Market and economic activity in general will rise dramatically once they are given even the slightest hint that adults are once again driving the bus.References :

  6. Jake

    the GOP taking the House is already factored in. If they take the Senate, the markets will rise.References :

  7. DorkVader

    It wont matter any gains based off the election are speculation only. Meaning the gains have no solid reason which means they aren’t sustainable.

    The only good gains in the stock market and gains in which the company increases it’s profits and value. Those are the only gains that matter in the long term.References :

  8. Erik

    Stock market has been doing great under Obama and the Democratic Congress. That part of the economy isn’t broken.

    Or maybe the bankers are still squealing from the free cash Bush gave them.References :

  9. meg

    Since 1970 the market has gone up after evey midterm election except one, The average gain was over 6% in the following 2 months. The only exception was also the only time the president’s party did not lose seats in congress, election in 2002. The stock market likes divided government, not Democrats or Republicans.
    http://www.hedgefundlive.com/blog/midterm-elections-rally-or-sell-offReferences :

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