Dear Investors: Forget about the "Trump Rally." We're sitting on a "Trump Bubble"

As some of you may be aware, I have been a passive investor for years. When I have had a few bucks, I buy some stocks and mutual funds. I have been investing with Sharebuilder (now Capital One Sharebuilder) and now a really neat app called Stash. I began investing right before the recession, and was happy that I just rode out the crazy. At this point, my stocks have more than rebounded from the losses. All of this is to say that I follow this newsletter from Wealth Daily, and they have some great articles for investors. I thought this one was worthy of a share:

Dear Investors: Forget about the "Trump Rally." We're sitting on a "Trump Bubble"

Written by Jason Stutman
Posted March 25, 2017

Earlier this week, fellow Wealth Daily editor and investing veteran Briton Ryle raised a very important question to our readers: whether or not the recent "Trump Rally" is now over.

Ryle's comments were sparked by a sudden drop in the U.S. stock market on Tuesday that marked the largest single-day decline (-1.24%) in the S&P 500 since last October.

As Ryle rightly pointed out on Wednesday, Tuesday's sell-off, while not a crash, was particularly notable because of movement towards the downside in the Russell 2000 small-cap index. The index had fallen more than twice as hard (-2.74%) as more commonly cited benchmarks like the DJI and S&P 500.

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