- Everyday expenses or necessities (15 percent)
- A vacation (7 percent)
- Major purchase, such as a car, appliances, etc. (7 percent)
- New clothing or accessories (1 percent)
- A TV, iPad, smartphone or other electronics (1 percent).
Donald Trump did an awkward tap dance on immigration last week, and the stocks that stand to do well in the market under his presidency didn't fare much better.
Today, Mr. Trump, we've got some good news for you: stock-wise, recent days have been better for you than they have for your rival, Hillary Clinton.
From a valuation perspective a correction is needed, but the side effects of central bank largess are preventing such a move, giving us a market that flaunts all historical norms.