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Consumption taxes halt consumer spending?

Political Prospect Editor Kayleigh McEnany, Democratic Strategist Jennice Fuentes and ProfitableTrading.com Senior Strategist Jared Levy on immigrants’ impact on the U.S. job market and the impact of consumption taxes on consumer spending.

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  1. Will Yellen become more dovish?

    Hedgeye Risk Management CEO Keith McCullough gives his outlook for the Fed and markets.

  2. How to play inflation

    Hedgeye Risk Management CEO Keith McCullough gives his forecast for inflation.

  3. Stossel 03/06/2014: Hey, Big Spender

    With new budget being released, Stossel breaks down how government plans to spend more of your money

  4. Yellen: Strengthening financials a work in progress

    Former Federal Reserve economists Kevin Hassett and Michael Cox weigh in on the Fed and Janet Yellen’s first FOMC news conference.

  5. What route will the Fed take?

    Value Advisory founder Howard Rosencrans and Deutsche Bank senior U.S. economist Carl Riccadonna on their expectations from the Fed.

  6. Time to invest in gold?

    Grant’s Interest Rate Observer editor James Grant on investing in gold.

  7. The best cars, trucks and SUVs of 2014

    Consumer Reports Director of Operations Jennifer Stockburger on the best vehicles on the market this year.

  8. Government Overspending is Fueling Debt Boom

    Each month, our Mega Investment Theme Report organizes the order of major events by their impact and importance. And swelling sovereign debt (NYSEARCA:BWX) continues...

  9. Should Buy and Hold Investing Be Scrapped?

    "In the long run we are all dead" goes the famous quote from John Maynard Keynes.What Keynes was suggesting is that economic (and thus financial) theories are meant ...

  10. Why Economists Are Clueless

    At a party the other day, I walked right into the middle of a debate about the effectiveness of Ben Bernanke's monetary policy. It must have been Karma's payback for...

  11. Here's why we're defensive on stocks

    The way investors think about stocks has changed over time. Prior to the 1920s, stocks were considered especially risky. There was a clear distinction between invest...

  12. Gold: What happened?!

    At what point do you break down and admit your macro thesis was wrong? This is the question a lot of hedge fund managers are having to ask themselves given gold's pe...

  1. Is a higher minimum wage a job killer?

    V2V Associates CIO Rob Morgan, McAlvany Financial CEO David McAlvany and Silvercrest Asset Management Managing Director Patrick Chovanec on the debate over raising the minimum wage, the outlook for interest rates and the Alibaba IPO.

  2. David Rosenberg: Economy’s resiliency a bullish sign

    Gluskin Sheff chief economist David Rosenberg on the stories impacting U.S. markets.

  3. Millennials reluctant to invest in stocks?

    Chapwood Investments’ Ed Butowsky and Political Prospect editor-in-chief Kayleigh McEnany on Apple’s deal with Beats, first-quarter GDP, millennials and investing.

  4. McCaughey: The real culprit in ObamaCare is the employer mandate

    Author Betsy McCaughey weighs in on ObamaCare and the employer mandate.

  5. What happens to the market when QE ends?

    OneStopOption Chief Market Strategist Alan Knuckman and AverageJoeOptions.com founder Todd Horwitz on the impact of Federal Reserve policy.

  6. U.S. steps up trade pressure on Japan

    Deutsche Bank senior U.S. economist Carl Riccadonna and BMO Capital Markets chief investment strategist Brian Belski give their take on the Japanese economy.

  7. Democrats’ tax break double standard

    The Daily Caller Senior Editor Jamie Weinstein, former President George W. Bush White House aide Dee Dee Benkie and Political Prospect Editor Kayleigh McEnany on Democrats pushing tax hikes for some and tax breaks for others.

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