David Fischer of Landmark Capital visits the RealSide Show to discuss the final tax reform bill which moves to President Trump’s desk to be signed into law. Also the latest on Bitcoin, the Debt Ceiling, and more! [Read more…] about The Realside – Tax Reform is Here, Is it a Good Deal?
Financial expert David Fischer visits the Kevin McCullough Show to discuss the latest with the tax bill, the Fed raising rates, the debt ceiling, and more! [Read more…] about The Kevin McCullough Show – Senate and Congress Agree on Tax Bill Details
The holidays are certainly upon us with many of us already having had our fill of turkey. The coming weeks may be filled with many friends and family, food and memories but of course the holidays can also bring stress, not unlike some of the topics in this month’s newsletter. I usually pick one topic and write in depth about that; however, this month I am giving a few updates on several topics that I have written about in previous issues of our newsletter. I value your time in reading our newsletter and would like to make mention, that if you have been a regular subscriber you should make sure to read the last topic in this month’s newsletter discussing the year-end discount. With that said, let’s review moves the Fed could make in response to European Central Banks latest policy updates. [Read more…] about November Newsletter – The Fed’s Influence, a Benefit or a Bubble?
Uncertainty is abound and it has caused instability in the markets. The Dow is down 200 points. Numerous factors including North Korea and Hurricane Irma are contributing to this downswing. Listen for more with David Fischer and Steve Noble. [Read more…] about Called to Action with Steve Noble – Stocks vs Gold, N. Korean Threats, Hurricane Irma, and the Debt Ceiling.
David Fischer, of Landmark Capital, joins host Joe Messina on the Real Side Show to discuss North Korea, the Debt Ceiling, and President Trump’s Charlottesville comments. [Read more…] about The Real Side – How Will the Debt Ceiling Affect the Average American?