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Republicans are now in charge of both Houses. Senator Mitch McConnell vows that Congress will pay bills and that there is no need to shut the government down.
So, how will America deal with the $18 trillion in debt? Will the Mainstream Media continue to tout a robust economy and ignore the challenges of today's Debt World? How should that affect your investing? How will it affect the Santa Rally and the economy in 2015?
Can this bull market make it to year six, when recessions occur on average every 5 years?
The crisis in Iraq has driven up oil prices, which hurts American consumers and stifles growth. So, this is already costing you a lot. However, what you might not realize is that stifled economic growth can result in a market downturn, or in the worst case scenario, a recession.
Ignoring the situation can burn you. Getting the wrong advice can cost you.
Tune in for the facts, the stats and the solutions you need to protect and prosper in these (continuing) volatile times.
Where's real estate headed in 2015? Will the strong recovery continue?
Is U.S. real estate affordable to foreign buyers? Are coastal regions unaffordable? Are Millennials starting to move out of their parents' garage and into their own homes?
Should you buy and flip? Buy and become a landlord? Invest in apartment buildings? Buy a cathedral?
Does adding solar and energy efficiency upgrades pay off in increased home value AND zero utility bills?
We'll ask this and more of the National Association of Realtors chief economist Dr. Lawrence Yun.