"President Trump looks to do things that will be favorable for business, which would improve employment and growth if successful. However, protesters are all over the place, so I tend to think that will cause trouble for the country and for business."
The world once praised Soros as some sort of benevolent 'Santa Claus', who handed out millions for 'good deeds' to one-world government proponents and other starry-eyed utopians. However, the veneer of Soros is wearing thin.
Some form of corporate tax reform under Trump seems likely likely as it is a stated priority of President Trump and has widespread Congressional support. In the following analysis, BofA analyzes the four components that could have big equity implications on S&P500 earnings over the coming years.
Presidents Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump will have their first official discussions since the inauguration in a phone call planned for Saturday, the Kremlin said, a first step towards what Trump has billed as a normalization of relations after three years of tensions marked by open hostility during the Obama regime.
As U.S. equity markets continue to surge to new all-time highs with each passing day, something you would expect to benefit the titans of high finance in Manhattan, demand for luxurious, multi-million dollar weekend getaways in the Hamptons has all but completely disappeared.
Unfortunately, at least for those of us that prefer not to day trade our primary residence, America's home flippers are making a big come back in 2016 with home flips accounted for 6.1% of all U.S. home sales, the highest share since 2006 when flips accounted for 7.3% of sales.