I am not good at predictions, so take this with a grain of salt. Yet I'll have a go at one for 2017 anyway. Despite the recent euphoria, we are still headed for a significant economic downturn based on debt, rent-seeking, and gaming the system to transfer risk from the decision-makers to the citizens. I find David Stockman and Nicholas Nassim Taleb quite persuasive on this. Partisans will blame either Obama or Trump for any problem regardless of the data, but we credit and blame presidents far too much for our economy. We apparently prefer symbolism and reframing. 1. Congress is twice as influential as the POTUS 2. Political solutions take almost two years to take effect, so we are forever late in our timing of who caused what 3. World events are a greater influence - much greater - than president and Senate and House together.
Hope I'm wrong.