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Trump, Savior Of ‘Forgotten Americans,’ Handed Wall Street $32.4 Billion in 2018, 2019

"Will you say, ‘Thank you, Mr. President,’ at least, huh?” 

"Will you say, ‘Thank you, Mr. President,’ at least, huh?” 
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3 comments on “Trump, Savior Of ‘Forgotten Americans,’ Handed Wall Street $32.4 Billion in 2018, 2019

  1. I personally think corporations should not be taxed on income at all. People buy the products so a corp income tax gets passed to the consumer and also leads to inefficient spending and record keeping (lawyers and accountants and other zer productivity real weath creation).

    BUT dividends and cap gains should be taxed at the personal marginal rate.

    Just maybe more investment in productive equipment and labor might happen creating wealth.

  2. Most corps almost always buy back stock at the wrong time (expensive). And in the use of debt often now and it is sowing the seeds for a really bad result. Who knows when but regret will fill many boardrooms and living rooms in the future.

    Maybe history will never again repeat but I suspect it will rhyme very well.

    • What will happen when rates go up, loans have to be renegotiated at higher rates, new shares have to be floated, and everyone starts talking “earnings dilution”?

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