As an Independent, I'm looking at the big reasons why this stock market has accelerated rapidly since Trump was elected: 1) The promise of much lower corporate tax rates; 2) Continuation of a low-interest environment; 3) Companies lean and mean, continuing to grind out increased profits, Q over Q; Following the plight of the current Administration and Congress, and its inability to legislate anything major thus far, I fail to see how a tax reform package will get passed, let alone defined. Every day its alleged content seems to change, whether it's elimination of 401K tax deferral, elimination of the mortgage deduction, increased child care tax credits, elimination of personal exemptions, state tax and local property tax deductions, etc. Additionally, the more we learn, the more we realize that this purported tax reform plan will disproportionately help the upper class and corporations, at the expense of the middle class, particularly in high cost states. My point here is that I fail to see how the deficit hawks will support any sort of plan that isn't revenue neutral, and any plan to remove the aforementioned deductions will be blasted by all the middle-class advocates, particularly those in high-cost states. If tax reform goes down in flames, which I think it will, and interest rates continue to be raised (talk of December being next), isn't this the perfect storm to a massive correction in the markets? Thoughts? Comments?