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Make ‘Miscalculation’ Great Again

The word became so ubiquitous in trade war commentary that it ceased to have any meaning.

The word became so ubiquitous in trade war commentary that it ceased to have any meaning.
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3 comments on “Make ‘Miscalculation’ Great Again

  1. In the start of Deecember Trump agreed to postpone tariffs 90 days. Then both sides kept saying there were good talks and improvements. Then three weeks ago Trump tweeted and markets went down further (they started when the Fed didn’t cut, 1st May). Then he sees the spx, the semiconductors, and backpedals a bit. This is becoming like Brexit, very soon nobody will care again.

    • Ed Nady

      Oh ! – Until it starts to hit your / everyone else ‘Pocketbook’ in the comings months.

  2. It is not miscalculation ….just trial and error .. If the market likes it great….. if not , just do something different.. The cycle attention span is so short no one will remember or care in two days ..

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