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Cullen, from what I can tell so far Trump seems to be showing great pontificating on governing by way of political campaign promises.
So far he has governed best he can by executive order which is inline with Presidential history. BUT soon we come to working with congress and a budget. Obama Admin (I think) never work with in a budget and instead used continuations etc.. I think from a portfolio construct mgt point of view, keeping a close eye on what the Trump Admin want’s and what Congress is willing to sign off on is a wise thing to view how to navigate a proper portfolio with regards to companies in said portfolios that may be subject to such whims of the Govt purse, correct?

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Posted by Cowpoke
Posted on 02/28/2017 12:08 AM
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Personally, I wouldn’t change one’s allocation just because of Trump. In fact, with a guy who promises so much and likely can’t deliver it all, there’s a huge potential for a stock bubble thanks to irrational expectations. Trump is coming into office 8 years after a record setting bull market and he’s making promises he probably can’t deliver. I’d be careful buying into his big talk and instead stick to an appropriate allocation for you personally.

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Cullen Roche Posted by Cullen Roche
Answered on 02/28/2017 1:21 AM
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    Words of wisdom Cullen, words of WISDOM YES.. But after Trumps first speech to the Congress and Nation that was VERY OPTIMISTIC.
    But yeah has the market run ahead of it’s self? I dunno, TRILLIONS will be pumped in.

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    Posted by Cowpoke
    Answered on 02/28/2017 11:15 PM
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