From UCLA Anderson Forecast:
With $500 billion in tax cuts arriving in the third quarter of 2017, the forecast calls for GDP growth to accelerate from its recent 2 percent growth path to 3 percent for about four consecutive quarters and then slide back to 2 percent. Growth will be hampered by the difficulties of stimulating an economy operating at near full employment and the bite of higher interest rates. Employment will continue to grow on the order of 140,000 jobs per month in 2017 and 120,000 per month in 2018.
Of course it's couched in all sorts of anti-Trump caveats, but still.
Interestingly, as California evolves ever more into the Peoples Republic of California, we are likely to disproportionately benefit from Trump's defense and infrastructure spending plans:
“The increase in defense spending will be disproportionately directed to California, as sophisticated airplanes, weaponry, missiles and ships require the technology that is produced here,” he writes. “Moreover, there are few places to build the proposed 150 new warships, and San Diego is one of them. Regionally we expect a positive impact in the Bay Area and in coastal Southern California.”
It's odd that GOP programs are going to reward and benefit the most looney left state in the country.