Reby Advisors hosts The Trump Economy and You on October 25 in Danbury

Investors in Fairfield and Westchester Counties who are looking for the latest information on how President Trump's policies may impact the economy and the stock market can register to attend "The Trump Economy and You," scheduled for October 25, 2017.

Reby Advisors is hosting this year's event, which will cover key issues such as:

Tax Reform – If the Trump Administration's plan for tax reform becomes law, how will it impact financial markets and investors' portfolios? Has the expectation of future tax cuts already been factored into stock prices or will it be a boon to equities?

Infrastructure Investment – The President has proposed spending an additional $1 trillion on America's roads, bridges and tunnels. Which businesses will benefit the most from this additional government spending, and which investment asset classes will be impacted?

Reduced Regulation – Many regulations have already been reduced or eliminated by executive order. Which sectors of the economy does this affect the most? Do analysts expect deregulation to increase earnings?

Full details on the event can be found on the event website at www.TheEconomyAndYou.com.

When asked about the reasons behind creating this event, Ridgefield resident and author Bob Reby, CEO of Reby Advisors, said:

"It's easy to turn on the TV and get partisan political commentary or doom-and-gloom perspective. But that leaves serious investors wanting for in-depth and objective analysis presented in an easy-to-understand way. We asked John Ross to be our special guest speaker because he specializes in defining and formulating views on strategic asset classes, anticipating macro investment themes, and formulating objective-driven investing strategies. He's going to cut through the media noise and deliver real economic insights."

Attendees will receive a complimentary copy of Reby’s new personal financial planning book, “Wealth Redefined: Charting the Way to Personal and Financial Freedom.”

Interested parties can sign up at: www.TheEconomyAndYou.com.