Lower taxes pull the economy out of recession. However, we’re at the point where we, as consumers and businesses, already gave until it hurts.
That reality of slow change means 2018 looks like a good year for the U.S. economy. That’s because a key indicator is ending this year in an uptrend.
I laughed for a second. And then I realized that disruptification is the perfect word to describe what is going on in today’s business and investing world.
The recent tax bill that was passed lowers the corporate tax rate from 35% to 20%. That will make a huge difference to companies that spend a lot of money.
What force galvanized that unique American unity that, with our allies, combined to defeat the Japanese and Nazi aggressors?
The inflation that the Fed has been searching for has shown up in the most unexpected places, and it can’t be ignored any longer.
An awfully big antitrust trend is already in the works for Big Tech – and investors should beware of what an Amazon Antitrust fight could mean for you.