by Daniel R. Amerman, CFA
There is critical information in the first 45 seconds of the Donald Trump campaign video below. Now the election is over, and this nonpartisan analysis is not about campaigns, politics or who should have been elected – but some absolutely fundamental changes that could be on the way.
[…] The video was Trump’s closing argument for his election, and was released on November 6th.
I count seven times in the first 45 seconds where Trump appears to running against the Federal Reserve as much as he was running against Hillary Clinton. There are three clips of vast sums of money. There are two panning shots of Federal Reserve symbols. There are two shots of Janet Yellen, with one of those being of her with other international central bankers.
Now, as long time readers may have noticed, I generally keep politics out of my writings, and haven’t been saying anything about the election.