As soon as Donald Trump was elected president the stock market rallied. In fact, there were immediately stocks dubbed “Trump Stocks”. These including infrastructure companies and companies he was in favor of. This article will highlight the companies he has tweeted about since being elected president.
Trump tweeted the following:
Boeing Stock – $154.17 on December 6th, 2016
September 26th, 2017 – $183.52
You would have a gain of just over 64% had you invested when Trump wanted to cancel the order.
Ford Motor Company
Trump tweeted this on January 3rd, 2017
Ford Stock – $12.59 on January 3rd, 2017
September 26th, 2017 – $11.93
If you had invested in Ford after the “major Trump announcement” you would be down over 5% when the overall market (S&P 500) is up over 10%. Also, Ford just fired their CEO.
Saturday Night Live
Trump tweeted this on January 15th:
For those wondering, SNL had its largest audience in 23 years. NBC is owned by NBCUniversal which is not publicly traded.
Donald Trump has been tweeting about the “failing NY Times” for quite some time but this was his first tweet about the media company as President of the United States:
NY Times Stock – $13.30 on January 30th, 2017
May 22nd, 2017 – $19.45
The failing New York Times is up over 46% since Trump started using the “FAKE NEWS” jargon in late January.
Trump tweeted this in early February:
Intel Stock – $36.38 on February 8th, 2017
May 22nd, 2017 – $37.47
You would be up around 3% in a time in which Google (13%), Apple (13%) and Amazon (15%) are all up double digits.
On April 20th, 2017 President Trump tweeted this:
UPDATE: Most steel stocks have moved down since this announcement.
After the announcement, most steel stocks were up between 7% and 10% on that particular day. Here is the return since then:
- US Steel (X) ($30.50 on 4/20) – down 20.13%
- Nucor (NUE) – ($60.35 on 4/20) – down 1.6%
- AK Steel (AKS) – ($6.82 on 4/20) – down 21.8%
- Steel Dynamics (STLD) ($34.91 on 4/20) – down 4.8%
Most steel companies are down after the huge Trump steel announcement.
President elect Donald Trump mentioned LL Bean on January 12th, 2017 but LL Bean is not a publicly traded company. Mr. Trump has also tweeted about General Motors and Fox News favorably in the last several months.
Trump has tweeted in favor of:
- Ford – down 5%
- Steel stocks – mostly down, US Steel and AK Steel are both down over 20%
- Intel – up 3% while most tech stocks are up double digits
Trump has tweet against:
- Boeing – up 64%
- NY Times – up 46%
- SNL – Most watched year in 23 years
This is not fake news or alternative facts. Do the research yourself.