Budget Cuts

Much like a company or a household, to properly run a government, revenue must meet or exceed expenditures. When spending is more than the revenue obtained, there is a budget deficit. One way to reduce the deficit is through budget cuts. Budget cuts for the government can come in many forms, including reducing services and administration. Ultimately, budget cuts are needed to maintain a balance between spending and revenue.

Why Trillion-Dollar Annual Deficits May Only Go Away Temporarily

By Monday, July 22, 2013
Annual DeficitsPoliticians and the mainstream will certainly love this… Last week, Moody’s Investors Service changed its outlook on the U.S. national debt from negative to stable. (Source: Reuters, July 18, 2013.) Despite the credit reporting agency’s “upgrade” on U.S. national debt, my opinion remains the same: the U.S. national debt.

Higher Taxes: Who Cares? Not the Rich

By Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Higher TaxesThere’s a belief that the rich become richer because they are frugal and know how to save. The budget cuts and tax increases at the beginning of the year saw higher income taxes for those earning over $400,000 annually. President Obama had hoped to place higher taxes on those making over $250,000 annually but had to settle for $400,000.

Who Cares About America’s Financial Mess? Let’s Just Print More Money

By Monday, March 25, 2013
Cares About America’s Financial MessMoney printing by the Federal Reserve will continue into the near future. And while it will help America avert a recession, the flow of easy money will be disastrous over the longer term. The reality is that the current bull market and rebound in the housing sector that has made some people very rich is a by-product of the Federal Reserve,.

Big Risk? Try This Strategy

By Thursday, February 28, 2013
Try This StrategyIn technical analysis, the chart tells a story. On Monday, the S&P 500 closed below 1,500 for the first time since February 4, driving fears of a multi-year topping, which I have discussed in the past. (Read “Alert: Bulls Should Be Careful Despite an Impressive January.”) The Dow Jones failed to hold above 14,000 for the third .

Forget the Debt; There Are More Pressing Issues with the Eurozone

By Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Forget the DebtWith all of the recent focus on the fiscal cliff and now earnings, traders appear to be forgetting the massive mess across the Atlantic in Europe and the eurozone. Remember Greece? The European debt crisis took Greece down with two separate bailouts. It was so dire for this beautiful country on the Mediterranean Sea that Greece actually.


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