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Wall Street is Overly Optimistic on Trump Presidency (Video)

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By EconMatters We discuss some of the challenges Donald Trump has had in his past with just making good solid decisions, let alone being the savior that is currently priced into financial markets for the US Economy. The Stock Market is setup for a big letdown in 2017 if past performance of Donald Trump regarding his competency at doing anything right is analyzed in depth. I would really like to know how we are going to cut the corporate tax rate, and at the same time fund a large infrastructure project in a rising rate environment with a strong US Dollar and 20 Trillion Dollars in National Debt and climbing. Wall Street does understand that this is impossible and actually incompatible economic policy goals right? [embedded content] © EconMatters All Rights Reserved | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Email Digest | Kindle

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Wall Street is Overly Optimistic on Trump Presidency (Video)

We discuss some of the challenges Donald Trump has had in his past with just making good solid decisions, let alone being the savior that is currently priced into financial markets for the US Economy. The Stock Market is setup for a big letdown in 2017 if past performance of Donald Trump regarding his competency at doing anything right is analyzed in depth.

I would really like to know how we are going to cut the corporate tax rate, and at the same time fund a large infrastructure project in a rising rate environment with a strong US Dollar and 20 Trillion Dollars in National Debt and climbing. Wall Street does understand that this is impossible and actually incompatible economic policy goals right?

Wall Street is Overly Optimistic on Trump Presidency (Video)
Wall Street is Overly Optimistic on Trump Presidency (Video)
Wall Street is Overly Optimistic on Trump Presidency (Video)
Wall Street is Overly Optimistic on Trump Presidency (Video)

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