Hoisington 2Q16 Commentary – Debt And Demographic DisasterVW Staff
Hoisington Investment Management commentary for the second quarter ended June 30, 2016.
Hoisington Investment Management - The Separate Constraints of Deficit Spending and Debt
Real per capita GDP has risen by a paltry 1.3% annualized since the current expansion began in 2009. This is less than half of the 2.7% average expansion since the records began in 1790. One of the most persistent impediments to growth has been the drag from fiscal policy, a constraint that is likely to become even more severe in the next decade. The standard of living, or real median household income, has only declined . . .
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