According to the bureau of labor statistics the U.S. import price index declined 1.3% from November 2018 to November 2019. If American companies are paying 100% of the cost of tariffs levied how has this not been reflected in the cost of imports? What am I missing?

by NineteenEighty9 Source Here’s what I’m referring to: Prices for U.S. imports increased 0.2 percent in November, after decreasing 0.5 percent in October and rising 0.1 percent in September. The … Read more

According to Bloomberg, of the 1600 firms giving 1st half guidance, 40% predicted a drop in earnings. That E in your PE ratio is trending lower & “cheap” is relative.

via Trinh Nguyen: Worst sectors in H1: a) Petroleum processing -56%(worsening)🥶 b)Other mining -44% (improving) c) Non ferrous metals -38(improving) d) Chemical fibers -25% (worsening)🥶 e) Metal products -15 ((worsening)🥶 … Read more