Worst Stocks for the U.S.-China Trade War

Stocks are sinking as the U.S.-China trade war heats up.trade war
While the overall market is DOWN 2.5% since early May . . .
Some popular stocks are getting crushed. And without prompt resolution – these losses could grow very quickly.
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So, what stocks are getting crushed due to the Trump Trade War?
Let’s take a look at three of the big ones.
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL): Down 10%
Apple has exposure to China in two major ways.
First, the Apple iPhone and other products are largely produced in China. These products could be subject to tariffs moving forward. If iPhones get a 25% tariff, it could result in a 9% drop in Apple’s profits.
Second, Apple generates 20% of its sales by selling products in China. The iPhone is already much more expensive than similar phones from Samsung and others. If China experiences an economic slowdown – due to the trade war – that could negatively impact sales of the iPhone.
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Intel (NASDAQ: INTC): Down 13%
Intel is one of the biggest makers of electronic chips that go inside computers, gaming systems, mobile phones and servers.
Just like Apple, the company faces pressure on two fronts.
Intel sources over 40% of its components from Asia – with considerable exposure to China. That means these imports could face a 25% tariff. Meanwhile, 20% of Intel’s sales are into the Chinese market. And China’s retaliatory tax could hurt sales.
Deere & Co. (NYSE: DE): Down 18%
Deere is a maker of farm equipment.
Meanwhile, China is the fourth-largest export market for American-made farm equipment. China has responded to Trump’s tariffs by leveling its own tax on U.S. imports. And that’s hurting Deere.
Last year, U.S. exports of agricultural products to China plunged 34%. Meanwhile, that number is expected to plunge in the next year.
Keep a close eye on these stocks.
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