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Don’t Fall for the Jobs Data Deception
July 8, 2016 U.S. EconomyThe June jobs report blew past expectations, but the devil is in the details. An economy built on falling corporate revenue, declining goods orders and low-paying jobs cannot stand.
Peeling Back Political Deficit Illusions
July 6, 2016 Government & PoliticsIn politics, we typically think fiscally conservative and tax cuts for Republicans and wasteful spending and tax hikes for Democrats. But are our assumptions true?
A Time for Choosing
July 4, 2016 Government & PoliticsReagan once said that the average age of great civilizations is 200 years. If we want to avoid that fate, our country must unite to reassert our hard-won liberty and freedom.
Fuel for the Next Bear Market
July 1, 2016 U.S. EconomyThis “most hated” bull market will soon become a hated bear market, and with margin debt rising unchecked, those with overleveraged accounts are going to get wiped out.