Semiconductors, Tesla and the U.S.-China Trade War
In today’s Market Talk, Amber Lancaster, Ian Dyer and I discuss:
- How the semiconductor market’s recent dip will lead to a huge comeback.
- Why Wall Street bullying Tesla won’t disrupt the company’s momentum.
- Why the U.S.-China trade war’s eventual resolution means more to China than it does to the U.S.
(Check back later for a transcript.)
The ongoing trade discussions between the U.S. and China are still making waves in the market. That can be worrying to those not in the know about how market volatility works.
With all of the fearmongering that news outlets are releasing lately, it’s easy to ask the question: Should I sell my stocks?
I can see where this question comes from, since previous market front-runners such as the semiconductor market and Tesla are dropping with the trade war growing in the public eye.
But I want to reassure you that what goes down must go up again. And in the case of semiconductors and Tesla, these stocks will soar higher than ever once the U.S.-China discussions resolve.
We also talk about:
- Cryptocurrencies may be down 20% at the moment, but right now is actually a great time to buy in. And since they’re on track to become a safer investment than gold, cryptocurrencies will make a huge impact on the world’s economy for years to come.
- Audi recently announced a new electric car. This decision came from recent studies that show electric engines are cheaper to produce than traditional combustion engines. That’s great news for other car companies, including Tesla.
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