The Nevada real estate market is expected to crash after President Donald Trump ends his presidency, according to a new report.
According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, the real estate and financial bubble is going to burst after Trump is impeached, as his supporters and supporters of other Republicans try to capitalize on the political backlash against the new president.
The report comes just days after the president, who has been a vocal critic of his political opponents, said he wanted to see Congress impeach former President Bill Clinton.
Trump and other Republicans have been trying to use impeachment to pressure the Clinton administration to resign, as well as to prevent the government from funding his proposed border wall, which many in Congress have rejected.
The report says that the Trump administration has been working to stop the federal government from continuing to spend money on the border wall by not issuing loans and by withholding funds from other federal programs, including those for education, housing and medical care.
The real estate boom is also expected to spark an unprecedented boom in stocks, according the report.
The bubble is expected as many investors are looking for a good time and a good return to capitalize.
“We are going to see the stock market go through an explosive bull market, which will be extremely painful to people who are trying to get in on the real-estate market,” said Jeffrey Lacker, a former portfolio manager at Vanguard.
Lacker said that his former colleague and business partner, Bob O’Neil, who is now an investor, said that investors who have lost money in the real markets could easily get back on their feet with the current rally.
Many of the big stocks in the S&P 500 are up more than 20% this year, including companies such as Google and Apple.
Trump’s tax reform plan, which includes a cut to the corporate tax rate, could also help the stock markets, as many people are hoping that the plan would help the economy and lower the deficit.
The financial market also is expected be very volatile after Trump leaves office, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling nearly 800 points and the Nasdaq falling more than 1,100 points.
Wall Street is also expecting to see many other major stocks to drop in value, as investors and other investors have been trading stocks based on Trump’s presidency.
The S&am and Dow futures indexes have also both dropped about 20% in the past 24 hours.
A Reuters/Ipsos poll on Tuesday showed that just 21% of Americans think Trump’s political opponents should be prosecuted for their role in the 2016 presidential election, and a similar percentage said that Trump’s opponents should not be impeached.