Increasing Disposable Income In The US
























From an economic perspective, ending trade and "making" corporations stay in the country is not the right move. Nor is printing more money. This is slowest US recovery on record...But we don't need to become ethno-nationalistic isolationists.

What will continue to create more disposable income and more jobs for the middle class?
In this new era of slower growth and political change what is the next proposal? Reaganomics alone will not do it.

To stimulate the economy, the United States and governments worldwide have pursued economic policies, including low interest rates, that have increased the possibility of higher inflation. Like stock prices and interest rates, future inflation is unknown. Therefore, positioning your portfolio to weather various inflation scenarios is a smart move. Although there are effective strategies to counter its corrosive effects, no single investment serves as a reliable hedge in every inflation environment because other powerful forces such as interest rates are simultaneously at work. - John SpotoRead More From The Lowell Sun - http://www.lowellsun.com/business/ci_30608423/protectinginvestments-from-inflation#ixzz4REJjbU1w

Trumpism Has Dealt Economics A Fatal Blow:
https://www.ineteconomics.org/perspectives/blog/trumpism-has-dealt-a-mortal-blow-to-orthodox-economics-and-social-science

Slowest US Recovery On Record: http://www.fool.com/investing/2016/11/27/yes-this-is-the-slowest-economic-recovery-and-that.aspx?source=iedfolrf0000001

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