Generally equities give higher returns over the bonds and it is witnessed that the equity fund generated returns an average of 9.9 percent per year which is more than 5.4 percent annual average return of government bonds (Basu, 2016). The expected measures by newly president warrant hike on U.S. consumer prices but unclear about rise of pay checks. On the other hand, the foreign investors not interested making the investment in debt bonds. At present, the yield in U.S. Treasury bonds not much interesting as the yield on earnings are 1.36 per cent only. Hence, most of the investors make their investments in alternative modes such as equity, debt funding, and mutual funds. The public not showing interest with the Treasury Bonds though risk factor involve with such investment like equity stock, mutual funds etc. In fact, no risk involved with the Treasury Bonds. It is also correct that S&P 500 earnings will fall as and when stock prices rises. The public will be tempted to purchase the Bonds if the yield rate is hiked at least to 2.2 percent.