As it stands the average American worker works six months of every calendar year to pay their taxes... this is not only irresponsible it is highway robbery considering what we get in return for our bucks... Looking at the Market today -- surpassing 22K - we can easily ascertain they are ignoring the DC scutterbut and continue to trade at a robust rate -- enough to make our market soar for the time being. Why? Because they like our gold-spinning Commander in Chief, regardless what the media and Democrats would like for you to believe! They know Trump and know him well. History, history and more history... The way many on the Hill are reacting to the Tax Reform proposal, one would wonder if it is a good thing but in fact, history shows us, it's always a good economy when Americans and b...
Angel investors...now that's a term we haven't heard in a seriously long time, isn't it? Welcome to the Trump years! Everyone remember back in the nineties when angel investors became the huge rage? Companies filled with young entrepreneurs springing forth because they got the money elders to back their ideas while giving them much-needed financial advise on how to grow their business ideas into profitable ventures. It was good times, but after eight years of Obama, are they gone forever? With the market doing upturns, breaking new records every day, one can only hope there's a ray of sunshine for the new business dreamer that wasn't there a year ago. It looks the employment is coming back into vogue after a long, long hiatus of people struggling. Obama's tenure has been a grueli
By Adam Gingrich PA Political Consultant @DissingerToupee Economists have been all over the map with their economic analysis of a Trump presidency. Make no mistake, they are as divided by partisan lines as they are by their respective provisional core sector needs. Be that as it may, what most economists overlook in America is the power of the consumer confidence index to essentially mitigate, if not significantly alter, the down-trending aspects of our economy. In the coming days, we will be drowning in siren calls from the leftist media sources about the upcoming market correction. True, the bullish market that's heading into a consumer-friendly holiday shopping season will tend to hide some of the global and domestic blemishes. There is no hiding from the coming Fed rate increase...
Much has been made by Bernie Sanders during the primary and now Donald Trump about the transcripts of Hillary Clinton's speech to Goldman Sachs. It has left another mysterious mark on her candidacy which is more enticing than Trump's 2,000-page taxes! The secrecy surrounding those transcripts has left much for conjecture. Many assume it was some feel-good moments between Clinton and the large banking mogul that contradicts her vilification of Wall Street to voters so they believe it's a reputation issue rather than something deeper. Clinton has often changed her rhetoric to mirror the company she's in, much like many politicians whom depend on donations and tax dollars to irk out their fortunes. However, it is particularly interesting that she guards those verbal interchanges with mo
Last night presidential debate held one interesting tidbit that may have been missed by many. Democrats have always tout themselves as being economically savvy when it comes to regulatory and legislative nightmares they enforce on America business. The truth is they have done more harm to the business community with their nonsense, yet seldom does the public see the cause and effect of their insidious policy making. One takeaway from last night was a stunning revelation that Hillary Clinton has not one clue about business or about how Capitalism works. Her policy is really simple: Status Quo. But can Americans and Corporate America really continue these failed status quo policies? Probably not. If anything it's resulted in stunning statistics that rally the ones found during the G
Last night at the first presidential debate, we were treated to the first face-to-face standoff between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. While it was somewhat lackluster and not as spirited as some of the primaries' debates, it did prove some interesting things. One not so startling revelation is Clinton proved to me without a shadow of doubt, she has absolutely no clue about how 2008's Housing/Economic bubble occurred or its true origins. When Trump said he was replicating the tax cuts of the Reagan era (which actually were done by John F. Kennedy in 1961), she scoffed and started talking nonsense about "trickledown" blah blah blah. All old memes that push false narratives that are full of big talk and little to no action. Typical Democrat rhetoric they've been trying to shove d
A dear friend asked, "Is this the year of corporate treason?" While I have no idea what he was actually referencing in the way of what company has started shooting off it's mouth now, it's a very valid point. Over this election cycle, we've seen many corporations speaks out against Donald Trump - many of whom would prosper even more with a Trump presidency because many regulations and business restrictions would be alleviated - including the burdensome and expensive Obamacare measures. With his tax plan, he would reduce their tax liability to 15% from around 40% - extra profit margin in order to hire more people and/or buy new assets for their corporations. Conversely, Hillary Clinton would raise their tax burden as well as forward a more expensive single-payer plan which would cripp