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Wesbury’s Outlook – Buybacks Aren’t the Problem!

March 19th, 2019|0 Comments

The environment on Capitol Hill has made populism a bipartisan affair, with Republican Senator Marco Rubio now joining the fray with a call to tax corporate stock buybacks. His argument? Corporations are buying back stock instead of making productive investments. [...]

Wesbury’s Outlook – Ten Years Ago???

March 11th, 2019|0 Comments

It's March 8, 2009. The market's down 56% from its all-time high, unemployment is over 8% and hurtling toward 10%, it's just been reported that real GDP dropped at a 6.2% annual rate in Q4 of 2008, and it feels [...]

Wesbury’s Outlook – Spare Us the GDP Agony

March 6th, 2019|0 Comments

Real GDP grew at a 2.6% annual rate in the fourth quarter, and while some analysts are overly occupied with this "slowdown" from the second and third quarter, we think time will prove it statistical noise. Even at 2.6%, the [...]

A Learning Opportunity – Michael Rogan

February 15th, 2019|0 Comments

Often, taking good advice is the most difficult at the time it’s most needed. This is certainly true of staying the course with your long-term investment strategy in the face of scary headlines. An additional challenge is that the opportunity [...]

Wesbury’s Outlook – Where’s the Recession?

February 11th, 2019|0 Comments

Whatever happened to the recession calls? Seems like just a few weeks ago that the correction in the stock market as well as the partial government shutdown had convinced many analysts and investors the US was about to enter a [...]

Wesbury’s Outlook – 2008 Myth and Reality

February 5th, 2019|0 Comments

We've written about it over and over, and while many advisors seem to understand, the media, politicians, and many analysts don't...or won't. So, we thought we'd try again to explain why so many people don't understand the nearly ten-year long [...]

Brian Wesbury – Patient Powell

January 30th, 2019|0 Comments

The Doves won the day at the Federal Reserve today, which noted continued solid economic performance but removed longstanding language that further gradual increases will be warranted, and instead highlighted global developments – both economic and financial - and a [...]