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arbasian
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« Reply #15 on: January 06, 2017, 01:52:34 PM »

what are the chances that Trump will open the doors to massive deregulation in the US?

zero....the states that have internet gambling are worried he will ban internet gambling in every state,
the best they are hoping for is that things stay the same.

He owns land based casinos, so my guess is that he won't push for online gaming much.
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Kokos, CFA
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« Reply #16 on: January 09, 2017, 02:28:48 PM »


Wouldn't be surprised - he's a very successful businessman and will know just how much the potential income in taxes there will be - it would work there - especially if there is a caveat when a percentage of the income is put back into sports

He is not successful at all. If you inherited the money he did and invested it all into REIT Index for the time period you would come with more money than him. Just my 2c. Not saying he won't push pro business republican (or other) agenda or support more deregulation and free business environment. 
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« Reply #17 on: January 10, 2017, 12:26:07 AM »


Wouldn't be surprised - he's a very successful businessman and will know just how much the potential income in taxes there will be - it would work there - especially if there is a caveat when a percentage of the income is put back into sports

He is not successful at all. If you inherited the money he did and invested it all into REIT Index for the time period you would come with more money than him. Just my 2c. Not saying he won't push pro business republican (or other) agenda or support more deregulation and free business environment.

That's no argument against his success. "If you inherited the money he did and invested it all into REIT Index for the time period" you'd be the most successful investor ever without compare.
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Kokos, CFA
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« Reply #18 on: January 10, 2017, 11:27:14 AM »


That's no argument against his success. "If you inherited the money he did and invested it all into REIT Index for the time period" you'd be the most successful investor ever without compare.

Actually it is. Unless you consider success to be born into money. It's called a benchmark. :) As an example, earning 10% pa in stock market if SPX is making 30% annually is not a success.
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