Ed Butowsky Archive
Published October 23, 2012
Despite months of campaigning from both sides, the 2012 election comes down to one issue: Who can fix the nation's stagflation problem?
Published September 10, 2012
Recent M3 data prove that the money supply is growing at a very rapid rate, and this is a leading indicator of inflation.
Published September 04, 2012
If we had a president that evoked hope and fostered a positive business climate rather than demonizing corporations and success, most 401(k) plans and investment portfolios would probably be 30% higher.
Published August 31, 2012
If German Chancellor Andrea Merkel makes the decision to start doling out money to help Europe's bankrupted countries and banking systems or if somehow the economies start to improve on their own, we will see a sharp selloff in the U.S. bond market.
Published August 24, 2012
The combination of the assault on the dollar along with the fiscal cliff is, and will continue to be, a tax on the middle class for years to come.
Published August 23, 2012
If taxes are reduced on everyone -- and most importantly on corporations -- we will see a quick reversal of our downward spiral.
Published August 03, 2012
Friday's unemployment number has a message for those Americans with jobs, too. It's clear that the 63.7 percent of those Americans who are working right now ought to be worried.
Published July 11, 2012
When it comes to investing, sometimes going against the stream can pay big dividends.
Published June 22, 2012
The global economic outlook is beginning to look grim, but there may be one thing that can rally the bulls: corporate earnings.
Published June 20, 2012
Based on the historic low rates on Treasuries, relatively high earnings expectations for public companies and high dividend yields, some could argue very convincingly that stocks are selling at a 35% discount.