TheStreet's Guide to Trading in February

As the Trump presidency heads into its first full month, TheStreet's Trading Strategies feature analyzes several industries and asset classes that are likely to be affected in February.

While for the most part markets have endorsed prospects that the Trump administration will boost profits by cutting corporate taxes and loosening regulations, there are signs that investors may have so far overlooked or ignored aspects of the new president's policies that are negative to corporate interests.

There is an array of industries and asset classes we're focusing on for February, including: commodities, currencies, fixed-income products and select equities. Even more so, there are a host of events in February that investors should be aware of, a run down of which is below:

More information on TheStreet's guide to trading in the month of February can be found here:

This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.

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