Tag Archives: Tax Reform

October 11

White House Press Briefing – Weighing In

Weighing in on a number of issues following the White House Press Briefing with Trish Regan on Fox Business.

October 09

Two Things Driving Markets to All-Time Highs

By David Nelson, CFA For most of the last 18 months it’s paid to be tilted toward the reflation trade with overweights’ in financials, tech and industrials. As tax reform made its way back into the news cycle yields started to return to the upper end of the trading range and despite a legislative goose […]

October 02

What if Tax Reform Doesn’t Pass?

By David Nelson, CFA Markets are beginning to price in the potential for tax reform and in particular some level of repatriation of corporate cash held offshore. Therein lies the opportunity and of course the danger. Stocks are discounting system and in today’s machine trading, fast paced algo driven markets, stocks will likely hit targets […]

September 28

More on Tax Reform – i24 News

Finishing up a day of several news appearances David joins i24 News Anchor to discuss the tax reform package.

September 28

Tax Reform – The Litmus Test

David joins CBS News anchor Reena Ninan to discuss the President’s address announcing the GOP Tax Reform Package.

September 14

There’s more to Tax Reform than Cutting Taxes

David sits down with i24 News anchor Michelle Makori to express his views on the broad strokes of tax reform.  

September 02

Tax Reform 2017?

David discusses the administration’s efforts to pass Tax Reform legislation this year.  

August 31

Time is Running Out for Tax Reform in 2017

David has his doubts that a comprehensive tax reform package can be achieved this year.    

August 27

Good Faith and Credit of the United States

David weighs in on a range of issues from Ryan’s comments on tax reform to the Debt Ceiling. “You don’t screw around with the good faith and credit of the United States.”

August 22

Tax Reform – Blah Blah Blah

I’ve been talking about tax reform for years and the only ones winning are the accountants and tax attorneys.