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Bram Stoker meets the Bond Market

Even if economists have predicted 9 of the last 2 recessions, a recent quote by a professor of finance, Sean Snarth of the University of Central Florida, may help you deal with recent volatility that has finally returned to the markets.  To quote Sean, “The tax cut stimulus and faster wage and salary growth are the garlic to the vampire of recession.”  In other words, the government has primed the pump for growth that we haven’t seen in almost ten years with lower taxes, higher wages, and maybe most importantly, less regulation.  As the economy begins to deal with higher interest rates, the possibility of growing our way out of a possible resultant recession will be the key and hopefully not a horror show.