One of the more stunning aspects of the November survey results is the decline in small-business owners' optimism for the future. As entrepreneurs, small-business owners tend to be optimistic by nature, and relatively more optimistic about the future than the present. Given this context, owners' increasing pessimism toward their future not only reflects uncertainty, but also may imply a weakening economy going forward.-U.S. Small-Business Owners Pessimistic Post-Election
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Friday, November 30, 2012
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Saturday, November 24, 2012
Republicans, you are so lucky Romney lost! The economy is going down the drain in the next four years. Let that ass Obama and his sicko Democrap party take the blame!
Already scheduled now under current law in 2013 is the expiration of those Bush tax cuts, which President Obama has refused to renew for single workers making over $200,000 a year, and couples making over $250,000. Also scheduled to go into effect in 2013 under current law are all the tax increases of Obamacare. Together, these job killing tax policies would result in a sharp increase in the tax rates on the nation's small businesses, job creators, and investors for virtually every major federal tax. These taxpayers would see their income tax rates jump by nearly 20%, the capital gains tax rate increase by nearly 60%, the total tax rate on corporate dividends increase by nearly three times, their Medicare payroll tax rate increase by 62%, and the death tax rise from the grave with a 55% rate. This would go way beyond the outdated Obama talking point about returning to the Clinton tax rates, adding up to a top federal tax rate of 44.8% on wage income alone, besides all the tax increases on capital income, on the way up to a 62% top federal tax rate.-The Coming Crash of 2013
Posted by Nick at 7:03 PM
If Americans will trample one another just to save a few dollars on a television, what will they do when society breaks down and the survival of their families is at stake? Once in a while an event comes along that gives us a peek into what life could be like when the thin veneer of civilization that we all take for granted is stripped away. For example, when Hurricane Sandy hit New York and New Jersey there was rampant looting and within days people were digging around in supermarket dumpsters looking for food. Sadly, "Black Friday" also gives us a look at how crazed the American people can be when given the opportunity. READ MORE: Are Black Friday Riots A Preview Of The Civil Unrest That Is Coming When Society Breaks Down?
Posted by Nick at 6:51 PM
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Sunday, November 18, 2012
Name that country: surging debt, a rapidly falling currency, a sclerotic political system, and a central bank pulling out all the stops to revive a stagnant economy. If you guessed either Japan or the United States, both would be the correct answer. This week, the similarities between two of the world’s economic heavyweights became more apparent, with both starting to resemble ugly twin sisters. Read More: Economic Woes Turn US, Japan Into Ugly Stepsisters
Posted by Nick at 4:52 AM
Saturday, November 10, 2012
Marc Faber warns of 20% market plunge- The Swiss investment analyst and entrepreneur spoke with Fox Business Network on what to expect from the markets during a second Obama term and about the impending fiscal cliff. “I think from the peak the market will drop at least 20%. I think we will revisit the lows of June at 1,266 on the S&P.” On the markets’ reaction to the election he added, “I’m not surprised the market is selling off because technically the market was weak already for a couple of months and we are in a downtrend and Mr. Obama’s economic policies are obviously not very good for an economic expansion.” Read more:Why Marc Faber Predicts A 20% Market Slide
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