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Well the government is shutdown as I write this- Too bad we couldn’t just carve out politicians and send them all home. Given what they accomplish day to day, seems like they are themselves the biggest swamp to drain. So we have to deal with the Dreamer issue before we can vote on a budget- What kind of stupidity is this anyway? One has absolutely nothing to do with the other.

The Tax Reform Bill

I’m sure Bernie and Pelosi are doing backflips and binging on Xanax over the initial results of the tax reform bill.

In spite of dire warnings that these greedy corporations would horde all the money and not send any to the poor masses that work in their dungeons, the opposite seems to be playing out.
The ink wasn’t dry and a host of our largest corporations began sharing the tax benefit money with employees to name a few:

AT&T, Boeing, Fifth Third Bancorp, Wells Fargo, Comcast-NBC ,Bank of America, Walmart, Texas capital bank, Target, Sinclair Broadcast Group

and not only that, many raised salaries and minimum wages. All on their own and not at gunpoint from some politician.

Wells Fargo said it would raise its hourly minimum wage 11% to $15 from $13.50. Additionally, the bank plans to donate $400 million to community and nonprofit organizations in 2018 and will target 2% of its after-tax profits for corporate philanthropy beginning in 2019.

"We believe tax reform is good for our U.S. economy and are pleased to take these immediate steps to invest in our team members, communities, small businesses, and homeowners," said President and CEO Tim Sloan in a company release.


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Weekly Update: February 12th

Here is what Usually Happens after a Market Correction-

The stock market just had the worst week in two years, now it’s entering into the correction territory after a more than 10% decline. As it rebounds, what will happen next?

No one has a crystal ball, but analysis of historical corrections suggest while it’s reasonable to prepare for a larger slide, the result is not likely to be catastrophic.

Bear market? Not so often

Put the market correction into historical context. It’s more comparable to 11 corrections that took place during non-recession times since 1976. Among those, 1987 was the only time the stock market ended up crashing more than 20% and then turned into a bear market.

That’s not likely to be the scenario this time, according to Goldman Sachs. A bear market would mean the S&P 500 (GSPC) falls from its low of 2,535 on Friday to below 2,300, which is unlikely to occur as little signs in the economy signal recession. With a GDP growth target of 2.5% and the unemployment rate at 4.1%, investors have reasons to believe in the recovery.  Read More

 


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