Investors are likely to scrutinize every detail of Donald Trump's first 100 days in the White House, a crucial period which could set the tone for what's to come under his administration.
The American businessman's "America first" promises have yet to be translated into concrete policy actions, but U.S. stocks have risen sharply since his November election victory with the Dow Jones industrial average flirting with the 20,000 mark.
The greenback also surged to a 14-year high in December following Trump's win, although it has pared some of its gains in January.
Meanwhile, oil prices have also recovered from their 2015 lows and look set to head higher on the back of the production cut deal between OPEC- and non-members.
However, the rebalancing of the oil market might be jeopardized if Trump uses his executive powers to approve pipeline applications, in a bid to boost the domestic oil and gas industry.
For the "Trader Poll" this week, we want to know which asset class will be the best performer during Trump's first 100 days in office.