Reasons Remain for Fed to Keep Easy-Money Policies Fueling Equities
Plenty of compelling reasons exist for the Federal Open Market Committee, the policy making arm of the Fed, to maintain its easy-money policies that have kept the stock market rising. Concerns that the policies aimed at keeping interest rates about | Read More »
Investors Have Reason for Caution but Not Panic
Keep clam and carry on.
U.S. Jobs Reports Shows Gains and Drop in Unemployment; Retail All-Stars Come up Short
Will the jobs report affect plans for further quantitative easing?
Senate Oversight Report Highlights $18 Billion in Wasteful Federal Programs
Examples of wasteful spending, and the amount of potential savings, cited by Sen. Coburn and his staff include:
Politics play big role in how Europe deals with economic woes
LAS VEGAS — Europe’s “elite” tend to view the region’s “economic mess” through a political lens that causes reluctance among key leaders to impose austerity measures to curb hefty deficit-spending in Greece, Spain and other nations, said David McAlvany, CEO, | Read More »
China’s leaders avoid debt trap
China’s economy is slowing, but the 2012 rate of growth is still expected to reach 7.6 percent and rank among the strongest in the world.
Sen. Coburn foresees runaway spending with Obamacare affirmed
Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Ok., a physician and a former health-care company entrepreneur, said in an exclusive interview with Eagle Daily Investor that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare, would add $2.3 trillion in new healthcare | Read More »
Anti-Business Government Policies Hurt Investors, Trump Warns
Investors are harmed by anti-business government policies such as “Obamacare” that create uncertainty about the cost and effect that they have on businesses, Donald Trump told Eagle Daily Investor in an exclusive interview. Poor decisions by lawmakers can disrupt markets | Read More »
U.S Investor Confidence Plummets 2nd Year in a Row
Americans with under 100G in markets and funds are particularly bearish as economy worsens.
Presidential Candidate Cain Complains Washington Lacks Leadership
President Obama and Congressional leaders are showing a lack of leadership and “common sense” in addressing various crises now facing the country.