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The Electoral Rebellion of 2021

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The #CapitolRiots of last week will transcend our time and will likely be referred to as the “Electoral Rebellion of 2021.” Think Whiskey Rebellion, where President Washington had to send troops into a state to

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Top 5 Economic Risks for 2021

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Vaccine Hesitancy Virus Mutation Cyber War Protracted Congressional Fighting Credit Crunch The combination of 1 & 2 will be tragic. But if accompanied by 3,4 or 5, then the optimism for the economy and the

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With the world and US trying to cope with COVID-19, you probably haven’t thought much about what’s going to happen in the first 100 days of the Biden administration. The good news is we have

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Personnel as Policy: Biden’s Carbon Tax

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Over the last few weeks, president-elect Joe Biden has been making announcements on his key economic team. Let’s run down the list: Special Envoy for Climate: John Kerry US Treasury: Janet Yellen US Treasury deputy: Wally Adeyemo CEA chair:

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Biden’s top economic choice: winning the game?

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Yellen's Turn? Let’s get this rolling downhill fast and clear out some debris along the way. 1.    GSA has formally approved Biden as victor to allow for $6 million, office space and go-aheads for security briefings to finally

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Why Stocks Can Rally With Biden

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Source CFRB Less than 18 days from the election, the markets appear to be on pins and needles over two outcomes. First, another round of stimulus from Congress. Second, a “Blue Wave” with a Biden victory,

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Why SCOTUS=Blue Wave

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1. McConnell has the Republican votes to pass and will push for vote before 11/3. The US will need to have 9 jurors before election or run risk of 4-4 on election court cases, causing

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This Will Make You Vote: Trump vs. Biden Tax Plans

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President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden have radically different plans for taxes and spending.  Trump proposes tax cuts and tax credits to create economic growth.  Biden promises to raise taxes on high

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ESG: A Major Opportunity

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Photo: Antoine Giret on Unsplash By Andrew Busch and Leah Hamilton In this paper, we’ll review what ESG is, why demand is rising and what some of the problems are for this type of investment. Key Takeaway: ESG

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Photo by Nilantha Ilangamuwa on Unsplash By Andrew Busch and Leah Hamilton Wondering if the Trump Trade wars change under Biden? This research reviews the current and proposed trade policies of President Donald Trump and presumptive Democratic