Trump's Economy: Boom or Bust?
May 18, 2017Chicago, Illinois
Is the US economy headed for a boom or bust under the Trump administration? Now almost 90 days into his presidency, Donald Trump promised healthcare reform, big tax cuts, immigration restrictions, and a protectionist approach to creating new domestic jobs. The equities markets have shown strong gains since the election, but investors are nervous: Congress is a mess, and the world seems more and more chaotic. The Fed appears set on raising interest rates and bringing an end to its asset-buying spree, which may cause heartburn for debt-laden businesses and individuals.
What does it mean for the US economy in the new Trump era? We invite you to join us for a seminar and panel discussion to make sense of it all. Speakers include Dr. Bob Murphy from Texas Tech University, Dr. Yuri Maltsev from Carthage College, Chris Casey from WindRock Wealth Management, and Jeff Deist from the Mises Institute.
The event takes place Thursday, May 18, at the University Club of Chicago (76 East Monroe Street at the corner of Monroe and Michigan Avenues), from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. While the program will be geared toward an intelligent lay audience, CFAs and other financial professionals are encouraged to attend. Undergraduate and graduate students are welcome, and may apply for scholarships below.
$25 registration fee includes light hors d'oeuvres, wine, beer, coffee, and sodas. Space will be limited to 100 attendees. Register below.
Business attire (tie optional) is requested.
Student Scholarship Applications
Students wishing to apply for a scholarship for for this event should submit an application and student ID using this Student Event Scholarship Application Form.
Special thanks to WindRock Wealth Management for making this event possible.
Publicity Waiver: Registering for this event gives the Mises Institute permission to take photos of attendees and use the photos for fundraising purposes. By this authorization, attendees understand and agree that no participant shall receive remuneration and that all rights, title and interest to the photos and use of them belongs to the Mises Institute.