What Trump Means for Interest Rates
Assuming several if's, a Trump administration has the potential to encourage interest-rate convergence consistent with higher economic growth and greater financial stability.
How Trump, New Labor Chief Could Kill DOL Fiduciary Rule
If overturning the DOL rule is a high priority for Trump, “it will happen one way or another,” says Andy Friedman of Washington Update.
This Bull Market Has Room to Run
Are we in a cyclical bull market coming to an end or in the early years of a secular bull market? The answer could have a significant impact on the way portfolios perform.
Trump on Trade: Some Risk, but Recession ‘Not Likely,’ Kleintop Says
Schwab’s Kleintop suggests China is heartened by Trump election; warns that European elections may be harbinger of protectionism.
Don’t Overreact. Stay Optimistic. Advice From Advisors Post-Election
Whether it’s been clients or media asking advisors the questions, the advice has been the same: “Focus on the long term.”
Post-Election, Where Can Active Managers Add Alpha?
To begin, consider these 15 sectors and issues to find areas where an investment advisor can add value to client portfolios.
Valliere: President Trump Is a 9.0 ‘Policy Earthquake’
Washington analyst Greg Valliere says that the policy changes Trump and Republicans will pursue “will be staggering.”
Trump’s Plan Aims to Repeal Estate Tax, AMT
Trump needs to iron out some details of his tax plan with House GOP’s plan; with size being the obvious difference, says Tax Foundation.
Finance, Insurance Industry Leaders React to Trump Victory
Many within these industries, like IRI and NAIFA, anticipate major regulatory upheavals when Donald Trump becomes president.
Gundlach Said Trump Would Win—but How’d He Know?
The DoubleLine CEO, still bearish on bonds, says the Republican represented change for many voters.