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RETRIBUTION: Trump Spooks Markets – RATE CUT COMING!

by | May 8, 2019 | Stock Market Wealth

Trump’s “Tariffs Tantrum” is doing what he intended it to do – show his force and flex his muscles. If Jerome Powell doesn’t want to understand Tweets about cutting rates, Trump attacks the markets on the back end, using the Chinese scare as an excuse.

Trump wants to get RE-ELECTED, so you can bet he is not about to rock the boat. In fact, in 2019, he will most likely announce real results on the Chinese front, as well as the North Korean peace front. Thirdly, he will tout his biggest focal point, the economic front, where America is absolutely in love with him.

He will not do anything to jeopardize his winning streak. 

Koios hit a major high of CAD$0.91 on February 27th, following news that Walmart had become a major purchaser of Koios’ beverages throughout the country. Last week, Koios Beverage Corp. (CSE: KBEV & US: KBEVF) announced that they’re RAMPING UP in light of unwavering consumer demand. From a technical perspective, it looks like shares have made a clear rebound and have NOT tanked along with the markets, due to President Trump’s tariffs.

This is a big sign, as I see it. Take a look:

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Yesterday, shares closed down -3.30%, at CAD$0.44. When we profiled this company in September at CAD$0.20, before this beautiful 120% move, the company was not under supplier contracts with Walmart or GNC. These two deals may open doors for Koios that we can’t even currently foresee!

The bottom line is that this product line is past the point of test trial. It SELLS!

As of today, Walmart and GNC have already had it on the shelves for a couple of months, so a growth spurt is potentially ahead of us.

Time to strike!

My strategy is to BUY, hold, and wait for year-end results and assess accordingly.

Best Regards,

Lior Gantz
President, WealthResearchGroup.com

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