Giving Thanks In 2020

Tuesday, November 10, 2020 | Leave a comment

By Darrell Bryant While Thanksgiving became an official holiday in 1870, Americans have been taking part in this tradition of gratitude since the Pilgrims arrived on our shores. Since then, our country has experienced wars, depressions, natural disasters, social upheavals, and international crises, and still we come together at this time of year to rememberContinue Reading…

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You Don’t Have To Be Rich To Be Wealthy

Tuesday, November 3, 2020 | Leave a comment

By Darrell Bryant Quick question: How much money would it take for you to describe yourself as wealthy? According to a Charles Schwab survey, most Americans consider a “rich person” as someone with $2 million in net worth. And sure, $2 million can buy a lot of stuff: bigger homes, more cars, designer clothes. But there’sContinue Reading…

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How Much Power Does The President Really Have Over the Economy?

Friday, October 9, 2020 | Leave a comment

By Darrell Bryant It has been said that Donald Trump’s mere presence as commander-in-chief has moved the stock market forward. But while it would be hard to argue against the economic expansion we’ve experienced (pre-Covid) under the Trump Administration we must ask (and examine historically), “How much power does the President really have over theContinue Reading…

Estimated reading time: 19 minute(s)

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