It has been more than six months since the major U.S. tax cuts passed through Washington. As it was told at the start of the year, lower corporate tax rates were to bring with them an increase in economic activity and fixed investment that would result in more robust and sustainable growth going forward. After waiting more than half a year, we will find out much more definitively in the next three weeks whether all of the money being stuffed into corporate coffers ends up being worth it for the U.S. economy and its markets. If not, investors might start hearing the ringing of bells for the bull market in the distance.
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