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March 2017

We have mentioned in numerous communiqués, including at our recent Investment Symposium, that the stock market’s performance since the election has been fueled by prospects for less regulation, tax reform, tax cuts, and a boost to infrastructure spending. We cautioned that the principal risk to the stock market would be the failure of the new Administration to deliver on its aggressive agenda.  Therefore, the recent unsuccessful attempt to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) had the potential to curb the rally.  The rally prevailed.  In fact, political developments did not hinder at all the stock market from recording an exceptionally strong First Quarter.

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