Roughly Speaking podcast: Trump bump: The Dow hits 19,000 since the election, and what does it all mean? (episode 180)

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Wall Street has been celebrating the Trump election victory, but will the Trump bump last? Does all the activity — the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit 19,000 on Nov. 22 while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq are at record highs — signal real growth in value or the onset of inflation? Ken Solow, founding partner in Maryland-based Pinnacle Advisory Group and its investment team leader, shares observations about market activity since Trump’s election and how Trump’s proposals on taxes and trade are viewed by both bears and bulls. Solow is the author of "Buy and Hold is Dead (Again): The Case for Active Portfolio Management in Dangerous Markets." Pinnacle Advisory, founded in 1993 and headquartered in Columbia, manages more than $1.5 billion in assets for clients in the mid-Atlantic and around the world.


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