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Currently I can think of only two Israeli companies Mobileye and Teva and I don't see any big drop there. The Israeli stock market has also behaved normally in price, so it will probably depend on how the conflict escalates.

You are right, I looked immediately after your comment and there have been no crazy drops (yet), I agree that it will certainly depend a lot on how the conflict continues to escalate.

Certainly, the impact on oil and gold prices is clear, I think. Stocks not so much, but I think a small drop has already been seen as a reaction to the possibility of an Israeli response.

I completely agree with your comment and thank you for it.

So according to the current interpretation of the Israeli war cabinet meeting, the answer is sure to come, the question is what, is it from a "symbolic" limited strike against an army target, which would probably not lead to escalation and a big stock market reaction. All the way to crippling air defenses and then destroying all of Iran's nuclear capabilities. This could also lead to a massive drop in the stock markets due to unforeseen further escalation. In any case, the situation is serious indeed. I have concluded for myself that realizing even small gains and holding the cash thus earned until things clear up is advisable.

Well just an opinion, no recommendation.

@cliffordbarclay You were thinking pretty much the same way as me in this case, but I haven't decided to take any profits yet because I'm really afraid of the scenario that could occur and in the worst case I'm seriously worried about massive declines.