When inflation is taken into account, the stock market is nowhere near an all-time high.
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It could be worse. Obama certainly is trying to make it worse.
Talk about bang for my buck. I can’t think of a better deal than this, can you?
This apparently is what the Denver Democrats want.
When two smart fellas don’t know, and Bernanke doesn’t know, what will happen?
Just as the Dow and the S&P 500 are reaching new highs, many are suggesting further gains are possible. That’s why this summary of how things look when compared to October, 2007, the day the Dow hit its previous all-time high, is more than a little unnerving. Regular Gas Price: Then $2.75; Now $3.73 GDP [...]
Despite suggestions bubbling through the internet that government agencies are deliberately flooding manufacturers with orders for billions of rounds of ammunition in order to create “de facto” gun control, a more reasonable explanation might just be that demand has temporarily outstripped supply and that eventually – inevitably – they will come back into balance, just like they have in the past.
It’s just a little early to be celebrating new highs in the Dow. Just look at the Nasdaq instead, for a little dose of reality.
Higher taxes on the wealthy will hardly impact their lifestyles. The real impact will be on those who won’t be working at jobs that won’t be created, or enjoying the benefits of opportunities forgone.