​​​​​​​​     Trump Score Card


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.

Currently the stock market is up 16% since and gained $3 trillion since President Trump took office as President.

12/10/16: The Dow’s 8% gain in the five weeks after Donald Trump’s victory is the biggest surge following any U.S. presidential election in history. The rally, which has the blue-chip average on pace for its fastest 1,000-point rise ever, has been accompanied by a sharp jump in bullish sentiment.

​​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.

2/15/17: The Stock market hits another new high with longest winning streak in decades.

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 closes above 21,000 as stocks post best day of 2017 after President Trump's first congressional speech

3/1/17: The Dow's blue-chip benchmark took just 66 days to climb from 19000 to above 21000, the fastest 2,000 point run ever. 

​3/2/17: The stock market has gained almost $3 trillion in value since President Trump's election victory on November 8th.  A new record. 

​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.

5/5/17: The stock market reached another record high after positive April jobs report.

​5/25/17: Once again under Trump's Presidency the S&P and Nasdaq closed at record highs.

​6/1/17: Stock market continues to close at all time record highs under President Trump. This time due to the impressive May 2016, jobs numbers.

​6/8/17: The Dow hit yet another record high during Former FBI Director (fired by President Trump) James Comey's testimony failed to "spook" investors as his remarks did not include a "smoking gun."

​6/20/17: Under President Trump, the stock market stock market has now set seven new all-time records in June.