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Two Wars Are About To Break Out Over Border Adjustment Tax

Two wars are set to break out over the Border Adjustment Tax: one is domestic and involves exporter vs importer alliances, and will soon shift into the Senate. The second war is one which would break out after the BAT is passed, and it would hammer America's biggest trading partners

Key Events In The Coming Week: All Eyes On Trump's First Actions

The key economic releases this week are durable goods and GDP on Friday. On the political front, the focus will be is on the first actions of the Trump administration including moves on TPP and NAFTA. There are no scheduled Fed speeches this week.

Futures, Dollar Slide; European Stocks At 3-Week Lows As "Trump Reality Sets In"

While US stocks closed near session, and all time highs on Friday, the first green close on inauguration day in over 50 years, Monday has seen a modest case of buyer's remorse, with European stocks sliding, Asian shares mixed and U.S. futures lower as the dollar weakened for the 3rd consecutive day to a six-week low, dropping as much as 1% against the Yen, as anxious investors awaited more details of Donald Trump’s policies.

Lockheed Agrees To Cut F-35 Price Below $100 Million In Latest Victory For Trump

Less than a month after president-elect Trump first tweeted about the F-35's high costs, and a week after he brought up the F-35 in his first press conference, Reuters reports that The U.S. Department of Defense and Lockheed Martin are close to deal for a contract worth almost $9 billion as negotiations are poised to bring the price per F-35 below $100 million for the first time.

Trump Promises "Insurance For Everybody" In Obamacare Repeal

"We’re going to have insurance for everybody.  There was a philosophy in some circles that if you can’t pay for it, you don’t get it. That’s not going to happen with us.  It’ll be another plan. But they’ll be beautifully covered.

 

Why The Stock Market Has Soared (And We'll All Soon Know What It's Like To Be A Madoff Client)

The absolute disconnect of asset prices from economic activity is and will continue to be unlike anything we have seen. This is no more of a "free market" than shooting a cow in a pasture is "hunting".  "Invest" accordingly, but know full well the ill gotten gains will one-day, someday, sooner than later, be entirely gone and we'll all know what it felt like to be Bernie Madoff clients.