Big in Business: Wall Street VIPs head for the hills
Stocks may have reached the end the Trump rally
The S&P 500 fell 0.27% during trading Monday, perhaps confirming that investors have come down from their post-election euphoria. Evidence of division among Republicans on economic issues has disabused the market of its belief that profit-boosting policies would pour from Washington soon after inauguration.
The smart money on Wall Street agrees: The Wall Street Journal reports that big-bank executives have sold close to $100 million worth of stock since the election. If the likes of Morgan Stanley's James Gorman are exiting the market, perhaps you should too.