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Special Edition – Thoughts on Recent Market Fluctuations

The market has certainly been on a roller coaster over the last few days. Many have reached out to talk about my interpretation of what we’re seeing. The reason for this blog post is to gather our thoughts and communicate them to all our readers. As always, the team at Barron Financial Group are only

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U.S. Healthcare

On March 23, 2010, U.S. President Barack Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, sometimes referred to as ACA or Obamacare, into law. The law passed the Senate without a single Republican vote. Now, with a Republican-controlled Congress and White House in place (with less of a majority than the Democrats in 2009)

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Inflation or Deflation?

Ever since the massive Government response to the 2008 financial crisis, a number of market observers have predicted higher than normal inflation for the U.S. economy.  That, however, has not been the case.  More recently, we have other market observers looking at a generally weak global economic recovery and believing we have entered a period

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A World of Good

The nightly news is always full of terrible stories – the latest atrocities from ISIS, or a pending economic meltdown in Europe, or a military standoff in Eastern Europe, etc.  Perhaps President Obama was right when he said of the media “if it bleeds, it leads.”  Admittedly, I have at times been part of the

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Rethinking Military Spending

I have always wondered why the U.S. spends so aggressively on military construction and research compared to other developed nations.  Could those funds be used for a greater social good within the country?  War seemed so distant to me, even with the Middle Eastern conflicts beginning in 2001.  However, the spread of disruption due to

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