Monthly Archives: October 2013

Why Deficits Don’t Matter.

by Bob VeresOctober 29, 2013 The whole idea that we should control the deficit at all is costing our nation trillions of dollars in lost output. The result is lost income, savings, wealth and prosperity. “As a society, we don’t … Continue reading

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Quarterly Outlook Summary

There is little to change in our recent assessment of the markets and the economy. The economy continues to slowly gather steam as housing begins its long awaited recovery and as private sector business confidence and spending also recovers. The … Continue reading

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