Trump Score Card
STOCK MARKET: A+
Contrary to popular belief the stock market is not just for the rich and wealthy. In fact 52% of Americans currently have money invested in the stock market.
12/8/16: Stock market breaks 110 year record. Out of 21 days since the election, the Dow has reached all time closing highs 13 of these days.
1/25/17: The Dow closed above 20,000 for first time in history after a series of executive orders from President Trump.
2/24/17: The Dow futures have surged 20% since falling right after President Trump's election. The streak of record high closes is longest since January 1987
3/1/17: Dow closesabove 21,000as stocks post best day of 2017 after President Trump's first congressional speech. The Dow's benchmark took just 66 days to climb from 19000 to above 21000, the fastest 2,000 point run ever.
4/1/17: Stock indexes is about to notch its sixth-straight winning quarter, which will mark the best run since a six-win in the fourth quarter of 2006.
6/20/17: The stock market stock market set seven new all-time records in June.
6/30/17: The stock market had its best first half year performance since 2013, four years ago.
8/2/17: The stock market shattered yet another milestone with the Dow Jones Industrial Average reaching22,000 points for the first time ever.
9/1/17: The Nasdaq Composite Index COMP, +0.10% finished with its 46th all-time high of 2017.
9/15/17: The stock market has hit yet another record high under the Trump administration.
91/19/17: Once again, the stock market hit another record high.
9/29/17: Yet again the S&P and Nasdaq hit new record highs.
9/29/17: The Dow posts the first 8-quarter wining streak in 20 years.
10/2/17: Stocks close at another record high to begin the fourth quarter. The Dow jumped 152 points.
10/6/17: The S&P 500 posted an eight-day winning streak and its sixth straight record high close.
10/13/17: U.S. stocks reached yet another record high.
10/16/17: The market hits 23,000 for the first time. It was the third straight 1,000 point climb in 2017 which was the largest number of such 1,000 point moves within a calendar year in the benchmark’s 120+-year history.