News is full of stories of stocks going down in the market in the aftermath of the US election, but this one has got it right.
The stock market on Friday was hit with a sharp decline in the first two trading sessions of the year as investors and analysts predicted a Trump victory, after the President took office on January 20.
Traders have been waiting for a good time to get in on the action.
In the short term, the stock market will not rebound, but the impact of the election has not yet been felt.
In terms of longer term, it could take a little while before the market returns to its normal level, but that could change if the stock markets continue to rally.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 1,100 points at 23,732, the S&P 500 is up 0.1% at 2,638 and the Nasdaq Composite is up 15.6% at 7,982.
The stock markets are still in the early hours of this morning, but it is expected to close at around 2am in India.AAP Images/Srinath GhoshThis story has been updated to reflect that the Dow Jones is down by more than 2,000 points in India, and the S & P 500 is down 3.3%.