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Economically-driven rate cut would send markets lower, says strategist from CNBC.
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Markets are seeing a rotation from growth into value stocks, says Stephanie Link from CNBC.
You will meet zero investors who regularly buy and sell profitably on headline news. Zero. Not even one.
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I picture Larry Kudlow waking up to a dozen or so texts from his friends in the business and investing community like “LARRY WTF? MEXICO TARIFFS? IS HE AN IDIOT??? WTF R U GUYS DOING?” And then poor Larry having to check Twitter to find out that his boss, the President of the United States,…