The Stock Market is down and this is a bad time to buy stock.
This is a good time to hold cash, invest in long-term investing or invest in the future of our society.
That said, there is always a chance stocks could be up again.
Here are five ways the stock markets could be in the tank: 1.
The Fed could hike rates in June.
The Federal Reserve is considering raising interest rates, but if it does, it will be a very short-term move.
In the first year of the Trump administration, there will be lots of talk about the Fed increasing rates and a lot of talk of the stock and bond markets being at a “peak” and the economy looking good.
This could be a sign that the Fed will be tightening.
However, there are plenty of ways the Fed could still raise rates in the coming months.
The latest Fed data showed that the economy expanded in January and February.
And the labor market is improving.
That means there will likely be more job growth in coming months and it will make it easier for the Fed to raise interest rates.
The stock market is down, but you should hold on.
There is no shortage of reasons why you should sell stocks.
However at the same time, there’s no shortage in time to profit from a down market.
The best time to sell stocks is right after the market closes.
That is, right after stocks start to dip.
It’s also a good opportunity to take advantage of opportunities that may come your way.
There’s a new leader in the Trump-Russia probe.
It was not hard to figure out what would be the next president of the United States.
President Donald Trump has a history of feuding with President Barack Obama, and the two presidents have had some tense exchanges.
So the chances are that Trump would start looking for new ways to be adversarial towards the president of Russia.
The Trump administration is under investigation for possible collusion with Russia in an effort to sway the 2016 U.S. election.
It would make sense for the president to try to find new ways of playing the Russia card.
The Dow could rise again.
Dow futures are a little tricky to predict.
They usually fall in the late afternoon and early evening on Tuesday.
On the other hand, the Dow is up a lot more often than it is down.
So a rise in the Dow could come sooner than later.
The market is coming back from the “farthest from recession” phase.
Investors are feeling a little better about the economy and financial markets.
The unemployment rate is at 4.7 percent, and inflation is also down.
The Federal Reserve will keep rates at a 2 percent level until 2019, which would be another good sign.