And for that matter, other transactions?
The total amount of money moved in trading in the US every year runs not in the trillions, but in the quadrillions of dollars. If all other transactions of amounts above $100k were added, the amount leaps higher.
If such transactions were taxed at a mere one tenth of one percent, the result would be an elimination of the current deficit.
Other countries have such taxes, and they work quite well without harming their economies. Why doesn't the US?
As food for thought: