I wondered how investors and consumers might position themselves based on a hidden
“secret agreement” with a major trading partner. Seemed like a difficult spot to be in - quite bizarre actually. However, it appears a photographer was able to outsmart the President and actually photographed most of the contents inside the sheet of paper he was waving around.
As kids, we’d sometimes write “secret” messages with lemmon juice on sheets of paper. To read the text you had to heat the paper over a flame and than the message would magically appear. So don’t rule out that there still might be some trickery here that’s hiding some sort of secret agreement (Although Mexico says they’re unaware of any secret agreement). Do you think Mexico might be surprised as well by whatever agreement gets revealed?
FWIW - Some of the Mexican beers are damned good. Would hate to see them increase by 25% in price.https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/jun/11/trump-shows-off-secret-mexico-document-but-photos-reveal-contents
Didn’t want @BenWP
and others to have to visualize based on my depiction. So here’s a photo. Picture’s worth a thousand words. (And be thankful those aren’t the launch codes