How Trump Can Assure Markets

Wall Street has high expectations for Donald Trump's inauguration speech, but it's more likely the president-elect will gloss over details, while sending a strong message for change.

Stocks rose on the opening Friday, ahead of Trump's swearing in and speech, at midday. It was a far different market than Thursday, when anxiety about what Trump might accomplish helped lead to a selloff.

Experts say the real action from the new president may not come in the highly anticipated speech but in the hours and days after the inauguration. Trump is expected to immediately issue executive orders on issues, like trade, immigration and energy, analysts said.

But traders will be looking for pointed remarks and details in his first address as president that show that the administration will move quickly to make sure there will be changes to corporate and individual tax law, less regulation and federal infrastructure spending.