Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Business & FinanceInvesting · 1 month ago

why are many traders now saying that an imminent "Stimulus package" is going to make the stock market surge again and to not sell right now?

if stimulus doesnt get passed for a few months...will things hold together until then? even if it does....really? that is all it comes down too? more stimulus money and everyone is going to be a millionaire and we have a recovered economy again?

Update:

IF WHAT LIB NESIS SAYS IS TRUE...THAN WHY ARE SO MANY SELLING? THEY DON'T AGREE WITH THIS THEORY? WHY?

Update 2:

MAYBE YOU MEAN "A CRASH IS COMING BEFORE ANY KIND OF MELT UP IN THE STOCK MARKET"?

Update 3:

HOW CAN THE ECONOMY AND STOCK MARKET HOLD ON FOR A "STIMULUS" , IF A CRASH HAPPENS FIRST?

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  • Steve
    Lv 6
    1 month ago

    The stimulus is just a temporary bandage, but will stimulate a little optimism. The market reacts positively to any optimistic news. There will probably be a sell off shortly after the stimulus has been announced. Thats just the way of the market. The way some people structure their trading account and trading habits. Thats how it will go, though. There will be a surge and then a selloff. Maybe you should sell your stock during that run up and then buy it back when it is cheaper. Thats the way many people do it to make a buck. Sure, people may be selling right now before the stimulus, but they may just be buying back what they just sold in 1-3 days time. I hope that clears up a few things for you.

  • 1 month ago

    It's not the lack of a stimulus plan, it's concerns about more lockdowns of the economy that democrats are proposing.

  • 1 month ago

    Meltup is coming before any kind of crash. After this mini correction has run its course, up up we go

    Edit: LOL. People are always selling for God's sake! Do you think the market is buy only???

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