Thursday, October 4, 2012
Frankly, I didn’t watch the debate.  I think both candidates are hacks as far as getting the economy back on track.  Obama supported a privatize the gains and socialize the losses approach, while Romney is looking for a trade war against China.  
BUT….. this isn’t about my pessimistic views…. it’s about first impressions about who won.  It looks like Romney was the winner.  I may be right after all.  

Frankly, I didn’t watch the debate.  I think both candidates are hacks as far as getting the economy back on track.  Obama supported a privatize the gains and socialize the losses approach, while Romney is looking for a trade war against China.  

BUT….. this isn’t about my pessimistic views…. it’s about first impressions about who won.  It looks like Romney was the winner.  I may be right after all.  

Monday, July 2, 2012 Friday, May 4, 2012 Thursday, February 9, 2012
The president’s handling of the economy has been the main line of attack by the Republicans running to face him in November, including former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, who has said the recovery has been sluggish because of Obama’s policies.

Obama Advisers Revising Economic Outlook for Greater Job Growth - Bloomberg

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As I covered in my latest macro outlook, as long as the economy is improving, this is Obama’s election to lose.

The president’s political fate lies in which direction the economy takes.  So far so good.   

Tuesday, September 6, 2011 Thursday, April 7, 2011
If this actually begins to gain traction, watch out globalism! 

If this actually begins to gain traction, watch out globalism! 

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Even though I believe that Treasuries are a good buy at this point, it’s always good to hear the other side of the trade….and boy the story sure is getting stronger by the week it seems.

Thursday, November 11, 2010