Ed Butowsky joins CCTV nightly news to discuss the S&P 500 performance over the last 4 years and how much of it is due to Obama or combination of outside forces.
Quarter after quarter we see earnings reports, some make sense some do not. All in all they are in a language most people do not understand and they dismiss it as not relevant. That could not be further from the truth. All earnings tell a story about the company, but more importantly it tells a story about the economy and how well its doing. The lay person should not base their understanding of how the economy is doing solely on how their 401k is doing.
Why you ask are earnings so important? Corporate earnings help explain how the company is doing now but also 6-9 months from now. So its a very good indicator of how economies around the world may be doing as well.
As earnings are being reported this quarter we are starting to see the affects of the global economy and conditions take its toll on companies here in the US. Our government has tools to counter what the US economy has been going through. However, at this point in time they have used up all their tools to fix things except one possibly – lowering taxes. Its interesting why this administration lead by President Obama would not consider this tool and spare all others. Spare us from the inflation backlash that this country is going to experience when all the money being printed comes back to haunt this economy, spare us from the high unemployment we have been experiencing over the last 40+ months, and why not spare us from the low to no economic growth in this country.
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Review the full write-up by Ed Butowsky, One Tool Left to Jumpstart Economic situation: Lower Taxes, at Fox
Ed Butowsky joins Fox News to explain the claims and numbers released by the labor department and economic analysts.
Many investors are unaware that they can sell their bonds before maturity and secure a profit today…Most financial advisers avoid any conversation about selling
While Ed Butowsky has been working hard to keep his clients educated and happy he has made a name for himself in what he does. Ed Butowsky manages the money and assets for high-profile clients – a money manager put simply. He has been doing this for over 23 years and does not take off for holidays on most occasions. Why, you ask? Its because he loves his job.
Holiday or no holiday you can find Ed in the office suites of his boutique wealth management firm, Chapwood Capital Investment Management in Addison, Texas. Ed is the type of manager that sets the expectation high not only for himself, but for what his clients demand of him. His clientele is littered with names out of Entertainment Tonight and Sports Illustrated and they do not come to him because he graduated from Wharton or because he was successful during his 15+ years at Morgan Stanley. What they really like about Ed is that he has experience and its written all over the wall of his office, especially the fact that he has managed more than $3 billion. People come to him because he does not give up.
No matter who is Ed’s client, whether your an A-list celebrity or an anonymous anybody, he cares that the money is invested and invested to its optimal potential. This is the motto of his new company.
It is his passion for his clients that is important to Ed, not to mention he cares so much because every percent matters.