Every productive American should send President Trump an email of profuse thanks for blasting the long dormant U.S. economy onto the fast track.
Eight stagnantly progressive years of Obama tax-choking, regulation-stifling, income-redistribution policies nearly forced our country to its economic knees.
In less than a year, America’s 2nd Amendment-strong voters can help reload the deck in favor of the President by getting strongly behind any Trump-solid candidates for the 2018 Senate and House makeover.
My current reading of the Conference Board’s Leading Economic Indicators clearly points to an economy under a full head of steam. In fact, consumer expectations are on the strongest uphill track since revised data became available in the mid seventies.
What you aren’t reading is that the economy is doing so well that the Fed, facing the brightest employment picture since the mid sixties, now has no choice but to pull the punchbowl away from economic revelers.
Pulling away the punchbowl is good news for investors not on Wall Street. It means higher interest rates, which I await with eager anticipation for me and for our clients. You can keep up with my most current investment strategies here by subscribing to our monthly client letter (free even for non-clients) from my family investment advisory firm, Richard C. Young & Co., Ltd.
A portfolio of strategic moves should now be on the table for you, your family, and your business. If you do not currently have your primary residence in a red state you need to get on the move.
My strong advice is for you and your family not to be stranded in a high-tax, medically starved, regulation choking, income redistribution, non-castle doctrine, and non-right-to-work rat’s nest blue state.
I am looking to the guiding light of a states rights, non-central-government-centric form of government (See my Swiss Way posts) for the United States as Americans awaken to the reality that Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson, Sam Adams, John Hancock, George Mason and the Founders of the Articles of Confederation all along had right. (See more on the Articles and States Rights here and here).