It’s Easy to Envision Dow Jones Average Recovered to 25,000 by May & Then 30,000 Plus by Election in November


Only a 15% rise in the Dow Jones stock market average would put it back at around 25,000, such a snapback fully expected when the public internalizes the fact that the death rate by the coronavirus is little different than by the common flu (and in fact the death rate among children is near zero by the coronavirus), so by May we could see 25,000, and by election time in November perhaps 30,000, even more if the exuberance having overcome the coronavirus-scare-hoax boosts consumer and investor confidence in a deep desire to Keep America Great by president Trump’s excellent agenda.