Sugar High? | July 30, 2022

Sugar High? The stock market rallied as the Fed said we have reached the neutral rate. Markets are already anticipating a reversal of rate increases as stocks and bonds rallied. It’s as if the recession has been cancelled, or maybe it’s over before we knew it was here. But the Fed emphasized that it is […]
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Sleeping With the Enemy | February 26, 2022

Sleeping With the Enemy The U.S. and Europe are now beginning to pay the price for their inability, or unwillingness, to recognize the growing dependence of Western economies on political adversaries. The economic connections between Russia and the U.S. and EU have complicated the situation and have skewed sanctions to the weakside thus far. Sanctions […]
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Taxes Are Headed Higher – Why You Shouldn’t Worry | May 1, 2021

Taxes Are Headed Higher – Why You Shouldn’t Worry Past tax increases have NOT been associated with slower economic growth or a weaker stock market. The effects of infrastructure spending will serve as an economic offset to tax increases. The final result is expected to be watered down form Biden’s aspirational proposal. Even the slimmest […]
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