Most investors now expect the U.S. stock market to crash like it did in October 1987 — why that’s good news
Individual investors have never been more worried about a U.S. stock market crash. This counterintuitive reaction is because investor sentiment is a contrarian indicator. Historical data on investor beliefs about crash probabilities comes from Yale University finance professor (and Nobel laureate) Robert Shiller.
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Trump promised massive middle-class tax cuts in 2016. He delivered cuts, not as much on the middle class part
The GOP tax bill in 2017 gave households an average $1,600 cut but the richest Americans, especially those making over $300,000, got the most relief.