Posted on Blog For 03/12/2019: Evening Edition

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  1. Today’s White House Tweets: President Trump
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  1. New York State and its Governor, Andrew Cuomo, are now proud members of the group of PRESIDENTIAL HARASSERS. No wonder people are fleeing the State in record numbers. The Witch Hunt continues!

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2…………> The Blue-Collar Trump Boom: 1st In Decades


Last year, Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Kevin Hassett reported that blue-collar jobs grew at their fastest pace since 1984, and now, “after years of job losses, US manufacturing employment has risen for 18 straight months among those holding production or nonsupervisory jobs, the longest stretch of gains since the mid-1990s,” according to the Wall Street Journal.

Complementing those rising wages is a significant drop in prices, American families are paying less at the pump as gasoline prices fell 9.1 percent during the past year And in keeping with a major promise from President Trump, last month saw the biggest year-over-year decline in prescription drug costs since 1972.

The economy has been red hot since President Donald J Trump took office, a great news on its own, but even better is that not all booms are created equal—and the blue-collar Trump Economy is paying off for exactly the working Americans who need it most.

More good news today: “Real wages for American families are soaring,” the White House Council of Economic Advisers reported, with hourly earnings rose by 1.9 percent in the past 12 months—far exceeding even last year’s pace.

February’s jobs report, released Friday, revealed that the unemployment rate fell to 3.8 percent last month, remaining near a 50-year low.



3…………> The First Lady takes “Be Best” across America


First Lady Melania Trump made a three-state swing last week, taking her “Be Best” message for child well-being to Oklahoma, Washington state, and Nevada.

The first stop was Dove School of Discovery in Tulsa, one of five public charter schools that aims to provide a character-development curriculum in every classroom from pre-K to the 12th grade, The First Lady participated in an activity with pre-K children that encouraged young students to think about ways they can show kindness in their lives.

“This campaign will give a voice to those affected by the opioid crisis by allowing them to share their stories and Eric Bolling was one of the first to share his family’s story, inspiring hundreds more who have followed his lead,” the First Lady said.

On the topic of online safety, the First Lady visited Microsoft Headquarters in Redmond, Washington, seeing firsthand how Microsoft is taking the lead on promoting online safety for children and parents.

“The technology being designed not only includes safety features but also accessibility for all – a very exciting and new opportunity for many with limited mobility,” Mrs. Trump said.


4…………> Pull Up, Don’t Dive: US Pilots Accounts


Following President Trumps remarks that planes are too complex as nations ground Boeing 737 MAX 8, airline pilots on at least two US flights have reported that an automated system seemed to cause their Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes to tilt down suddenly.

North American carriers have continued to fly the 737 MAX, despite groundings elsewhere, and reports in a database compiled by NASA indicate the pilots said that soon after engaging the autopilot on their planes, the nose tilted down sharply.

Two pilots separately reported to NASA that they suspected automated controls in their Boeing 737 MAX planes were faulty, with both planes suddenly tilted mid-flight but were quickly corrected.


5…………>  Market Report for 03/12/2019, cover short stop at 25600, CG 4660, 11/21/2019


Long position at 22900, sell stop at 25100 triggered for a gain of 1900 points, last position short 25050, cover short 25150 for a loss of 100 points, new position long 25150, sell stop closed at 25850 for a gain of 700 points, short position short 25850, covered at 25600 for a gain of 250 points. Long postion long 25650, sell stop 25600 closed for a loss of 50 points.New position short 25550, cover short stop 25600 for a loss of 50 points.

Stocks down 96 to 25555, DJ futures -68, rally continuing due to anti-tariff talks to end the government shutdown and China spending 1 trillion dollars to buy US products. Gold up to 1304.9.



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