President Donald Trump is urging investors to keep their cash away from stocks that have been hurt by the collapse in oil prices, saying that “it’s not good for the stock market” and that it’s “not a good looking look.”
Speaking at a business event in Alabama on Tuesday, Trump called for “stricter rules and tighter restrictions” on how companies can borrow money and argued that the U.N. global climate change conference in Paris is a “great opportunity” for investors.
He said it’s a “good thing for the world” that stocks are going down.
“It is a great opportunity for everybody, including the investors.
You’re going to see the stock markets start to rally and then the stock prices are going to rally,” he said.
The president is in Alabama, where he is campaigning for his re-election, to help win over voters who have been frustrated by the economy.
Trump also said he’s worried about China and the U., and that he believes he’s “won” the election.
He’s not sure if the U, he added, will be a problem for him in the years ahead.
“China, the United States, and we have been fighting them together for a long time,” he told the crowd.
“And I think that it is a big problem for them.
And I think it is an even bigger problem for our country.
And they will take advantage of that.”
He also said the country is getting more debt from China, and added that “you have to start taking care of yourself.
I’m saying, you have to take care of yourselves and you have got to be responsible.””
We have got a debt problem.
We’re spending too much money.
We don’t have enough.
We are spending too little money.
But I want you to know, this country is coming back,” he added.
Trump said he wants to be the first president in history to get “faster” to get the U’s infrastructure back on track.
He also said that the economy is “doing great.”
“It’s done great,” he quipped.