At least he still has a couple of weeks to get around to taking everyone's guns and abolishing churches.
I know I wasn't the only one looking over my shoulder a few times during Christmas Eve services just wondering when jack-booted foreign UN shock troops were going to kick in the door, per some Obama Executive Action, and put an end to the church service and locking the doors, after destroying the hymnals, cross, and Bibles, checking every person and vehicle leaving the parking lot seizing any guns found and throwing that person in a FEMA camp. Surprisingly, this didn't happen.
With regard to your article, a few comments:
1) most telling is the disclaimer at the end of the article. Like the official government economic statistics "always revised and amended"
"This post is based on a similar analysis from 2015 and 2016 and has been revised and updated
I'm not alleging Obama is the only one that does this, likely all administrations and most companies do. Not saying outright "cook the books" but "massage the data" and/or "revise" it afterwards, usually on a Friday or after some vote or budget has been passed. Or change the definitions, or tightly reword them, so that you are comparing apples to oranges when you look at history data and current to compare.
2) Both "sides," especially on the fringe, seem to think the President, any President, will fix everything. They also assume (desire?) that a President is some kind of king. They forget Congress, checks and balances, State laws, local laws, global economics, etc.
3) I also don't think factors like "stock market highs" are the best measure of the economy. Sure good for Wall St, investors, retirement/pension funds, etc but also could be a sign of a crash coming, companies buying up their stock with the 'free money' via the FED policies, international investors and big banks parking their money in Wall St because the rest of the world more unstable, etc.