Quote Originally Posted by vt View Post
Wharton professor Jeremy Siegel was asked a few months ago what effect a Trump impeachment would have on the stock market.

Siegel said "None. The market would be fine with President Pence". "What is important is the Republican agenda, not President Trump."
I agree. I mean, maybe not quite none. Somebody's gonna do something rash. But the vast majority of people aren't investing based on Trump v. Pence sitting in the Oval Office. The difference from a tax and policy perspective is almost imperceptible. It's like arguing Ford was way worse or better for the stock market than Nixon. Maybe less tariff wrangling and more tax cut wrangling on the margin? At most? What's the big difference, and who cares?