Landmark Capital CEO David Fischer joins Kevin McCullough on his television show, Radio Night Live, for almost an hour talking about the financial impact of the government shutdown. This has been the costliest government shutdown to date so they discuss what can we learn from all of this. David also gives an update on the largest market in the world, Bonds. Learn how this market has just turned into a Bear market and how over the next year this could cause a meltdown larger than 2007. David also gives a short update on China launching their new currency the Petroyuan and how this could lead to competing with the U.S. Dollar. [Read more…] about Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough – The Financial Impact of the Government Shutdown
Landmark Capital CEO and financial guru, David Fischer, joins the Joe Messina show at the cusp of the end of the government shutdown. David weighs in on how much it cost the American people. Also Stocks and Gold are in a bull market, but for how long?
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The fire and fury of the presidential candidates grow ever turbulent as we near the 2016 presidential election. The claims made by candidates on both sides promise economy, tax, and job reforms. The jargon used to describe these plans can leave the voting public mystified, so let’s take a clear, unfiltered look at each candidate. [Read more…] about Presidential Candidates and the Economy
Recently we were inflicted with the choice that had a lesser of two evils. Although the decision was made in early November, the topic still infuriates a multitude. Which would be worse, the continued raising of the debt ceiling or not raising our spending and possibly causing a default on our financial obligations? People that support the raising of the debt ceiling continue to say that this is not additional spending but already following through with what we’ve agreed to spend. This sounds good in theory and is actually how it works. Why do we have an $18.2 trillion national debt that continues to escalate? When is the time when we will stop this insanity? [Read more…] about Raising The Debt Ceiling or Raising Our Spending