Trump's Military Spending Should Have Defense ETFs on the March
Robert R. Johnson
The Trump administration is planning a "historic" spike in military spending, and the numbers involved indicate a big uptick in defense industry investments, especially for exchange traded funds.
Last week, the Trump White House unveiled a budget plan that would raise military spending by $54 billion - a record-breaking 9% rise from previous budgets.
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