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Trump tip: Sell!

I’ve been known to dabble in stocks. There have been times I bought “fliers,” stocks that aren’t really considered reliable, but might make me a millionaire. Most of the time they tank, and I need to sell and get out of them before I take a total loss. I lick my wounds and get smarter the next time I buy.

Many voted for the president based on the idea that he was a flier, not shown to be reliable in the past, but sounded like a winner to them. He might prove to be an asset to the country by “throwing out the bums.”

Well, it should be obvious now that we’re bleeding assets. Sure, he nominated a conservative Supreme Court justice, but that hardly balances out an account that includes huge moral inadequacies, poor judgment and lack of relationship with both Republican and Democratic lawmakers.

Sell! Maybe you can invest your assets into a president you can be proud of and trust to do the right thing for country instead of self.

Bruce Embrey



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