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Michael Busler

Michael Busler

Nov 30, 2021
Michael Busler: Fed Chair Finally Fesses Up on Lingering Inflation
Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell testified in Congress today. He said that the inflation we are experiencing today is not transitory. Rather, he said that the high inflation will last well into next year and perhaps longer.

Nov 23, 2021
Michael Busler on 'Build Back Better': The Most Counter-Productive Tax Bill Ever
The House of Representatives has just passed the largest tax and spend bill in history. The bill calls for about $2.2 trillion in new spending and $1.84 trillion in new taxes.

Nov 15, 2021
Michael Busler: How Government Policy Can, and Should, End Inflation Now
The recently released Consumer Price Index (CPI) indicates that for the past year overall prices have increased by a whopping 6.2%.

Nov 9, 2021
Michael Busler Talks: Fed Action, Job Report, Infrastructure
What a week we just had. It started with the American electorate soundly rejecting the policies of the people currently in charge.

Nov 9, 2021
Michael Busler: How One Entrepreneur is Banking on the '5th Revolution' with GeniusU
You've probably heard about the "metaverse." Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is banking big on it. He's not the only one. You can tap into the emerging metaverse and find mentors, strategies, and your opportunity to succeed in a life-changing way.

Nov 1, 2021
Busler: The Fed Is Misleading the Public About Inflation
Just how bad is the inflation problem? According to the Consumer Price Index (CPI), annual inflation from September 2020 to September 2021 was 5.4%. Y

Oct 28, 2021
Busler: Biden's Policies Cause 2 Percent GDP 'Growth'  
The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) just announced that the economy grew at a 2% annual rate in the third quarter of this year -- a marked drop from the 6.7% increase in the second quarter.

Oct 25, 2021
Busler: Biden Taxes in $3.5T Bill Would Stagnate Economy
President Biden continues to say that his $3.5 trillion spending package will add zero to the deficit. He says he will pay for the spending by taxing the rich, which means he plans to raise taxes on that group by $3.5 trillion.

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