In the 2012 presidential election, Jeff accurately predicted the outcome 14 months in advance as well as predicting the republican sweep in Congress in 2014. Jeff also predicted the fiscal cliff outcome that lead to the single largest tax increase in dollar terms in US history. In the 2016 congressional elections, Jeff predicted Senate control would follow the White House. Most recently, Jeff accurately predicted the Democrat takeover of the House of Representatives and the Republicans continued majority in the Senate in the 2018 mid-term elections. This advice gave investors and their professional advisors and an opportunity to prepare for the political changes that would impact their bottom line.
Jeff presents more than 200 times yearly in the US and abroad to a client base that includes a who’s who list of fortune 500 firms from Wall Street to Main Street and everywhere in between.
Jeff is a 30-year veteran of the financial industry. By the end of his career on Wall Street, he was managing a $50+ billion sales organization. Before that, Jeff was the youngest managing partner in the 150-year history of The New England Financial.
You may have seen Jeff on CNBC’s Nightly Business Report or heard him on POTUS XM radio. But today we have Jeff here with us. He is considered Wall Street’s Washington insider and, politically speaking, Jeff is known for being America’s foremost equal opportunity offender.
- The Washington Update: Overview of the Political Environment, Prospective Legislation, and Strategies for Investment
As he prepares to take office, President-Elect Biden faces a host of issues, led by the need to stem the COVID epidemic and put the nation’s economy back on its feet. In addition to these initiatives, Biden has set out an ambitious agenda for virtually every area of national importance: economic stimulus, infrastructure repair, health care, the environment, trade and tariffs, immigration, Social Security reform, and China relations. He also has proposed a detailed tax plan that, if enacted, would have a widespread effect on affluent families.
A Democratic Senate gives Biden an easier path to enact much of his agenda, although a number of his initiatives have bipartisan support. Apart from these actions, the Supreme Court is considering yet again whether to strike down the Affordable Care Act. Many of these developments and initiatives are likely to affect the markets, either overall or in particular