Nat Kellogg, CFA
Ramifications for the Economy, Financial Markets, and Institutional Portfolios
With the Presidential election quickly approaching on November 6th there has been a lot of talk about the upcoming “fiscal cliff” that awaits the eventual winner. Due to the lack of bipartisan consensus in Washington over the last few years there are a host of tax increases and spending cuts set to hit the economy if no action is taken by policy makers.
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