Asked to explain 'calm before the storm' remark, Trump talks North Korea

EPA•REUTERSTrump claims that while he listens to others his opinion is what matters

EPA•REUTERSTrump claims that while he listens to others his opinion is what matters

North Korean tensions once again flared up after President Trump returned with his incendiary comments against the rouge nation. At a press briefing on Thursday, Trump's Chief of Staff, John Kelly, said the American people should be concerned about North Korea's ballistic missile capabilities, and that the regime cannot be allowed to have a missile that can reach the U.S. But he also suggested that there is no need for panic yet, although there was still some anxiety in his words.

And now "only one thing will work!". She said she was thrilled that the UAE and other countries had chose to cut their ties with North Korea, and cited such moves as a key part of the diplomatic campaign to pressure North Korea to denuclearize. In any case, several global leaders including Trump have always been vocal against North Korea's antagonistic activities. Former North Korean partners Russian Federation and China also supported the new oil imports limits. If this was not enough, it is reported that North Korea has been fortifying defense on its east coast after U.S. Air Force B-1B bombers were flown to the Korean peninsula.

In return, the regime in Pyongyang has threatened missile strikes on USA foreign territory in Guam and warned its missles could reach and hit areas across the mainland United States.

Against this backdrop, below we highlight a few ETF strategies that investors might have to face if a war begins between North Korea and the United States.