2018 is off to an interesting start. Trump has been in office for more than a year, 2/5 saw the most bearish
performance in the history of the S&P
in one day, and Janet Yellen's term as Chair-person of the Federal Reserve
has come to an end. The philosophical economic theory portrays recession wave cycles to happen every 7-8 years, but there has not been a notable recession since 2008 with struggling attempts to raise interest rates. Now with Trump's policies in full effect, How will the U.S. economy be impacted from a Trump Administration in the drivers seat? 2017 saw a new President in command and with the old President's policies still in effect showing bullish
economic performance after Obama walked out of the White House. Now one must think, Do we have a big Elephant in the room called "the Next big Recession"? More money is individually made when markets are bearish
instead of bullish
. If all of these signs are lining up in full synchronization, then this could possibly be the start of the next big economic recession........