This should concern many. Depending on what "stays" and what doesn't. For example - one of the things that directly affects consumers is the rule that requires brokers selling retirement investments to put the client’s interests ahead of their own. That's for qualified retirement plans and also IRAs. There are also provisions within Dodd-Frank that deal with consumer protection re: bank fees, credit card fraud, and a slew of other things. Do I think Dodd-Frank is perfect. No. But like simply repealing the ACA without detailing out what Trump and his Administration has to replace should raise some red flags. No surprise that Trump and his Wall Street Team are in favor of deregulation. I am sure it will line their pockets very well.