Greg Valliere, a leading consultant on how federal policies affect markets and personal finances, shared his insights with a small group of investment advisers last week in Nashville. He called this election the nastiest election of our lifetime and provided forecasts of election scenarios. He did not mince words in his critique of either presidential
Presidential elections almost universally encompass economic issues—the electorate “votes with their pocketbooks.” This Presidential primary season has been no different than most, aside from the unusually distasteful rhetoric on the campaign trail and the pervasiveness of economic dissatisfaction. This week, we present thoughtful articles and viewpoints on policies to help spur a growth-oriented policy program.