November 7, 2016

Repeal of FATCA Will Be Great for Investors

A $18 trillion-dollar economy like the United States takes a lot of capital from investors to keep the wheels of progress well-greased. While some people object to “capitalism” as a matter of ideology, every economic system using capital and is a capitalist system. Unlike socialist or communist or other capitalist collective economic systems, the United States bills are seen as a capitalist free-market system which is attractive to global investors. Unfortunately, the U.S. has effectively […]
September 26, 2016

Investors Look to Life Insurance for Durable Growth and Income

It will not be possible to turn the American economy around for a long time. The best the government can manipulate its growth figures is 2% on a good day. Many estimates put projected growth at 1.5% or less. The economy is in a stall – because of the Federal Reserve’s the zero interest rate program and trying to force inflation on the economy. This enables Congress and the administration to spend without limit and […]
May 12, 2016

Investors Better Off With Cash-Value Life Insurance

Don’t you see all the red flags telling you the investment markets are in danger? Is there some reason you think relying on Wall Street sales hype and Federal Reserve hi-jinks are better than accepting the actuality that your future financial security is increasingly at risk? Isn’t there a better way to deal with the anxiety of financial insecurity and exposure to unrelenting risk? You think you only have two investment alternatives—trading or investing. Trading […]
May 12, 2016

US Investors Being Sacrificed to Advance Global Government

The United States’ financial market and that of the world are running out of steam. I am not of the view that a crash is imminent. But it does seem to me that a significant recession is going to happen.  It is going to be painful. The burden of taxation is increasing, governmental borrowing is up, and total public spending is at record levels. The world of private investment is sliding into an economic abyss. […]