Financial advisers’ No. 1 worry: ‘Democrat in White House’

In case there’s any doubt left about the fact that Democrats are bad for the economy, there’s a new survey of financial advisers out conducted by Brinker Capital Inc. In fact, having a Democrat president worried financial advisers more than concerns such as global unrest, a terrorist attack or a recession!

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4 Responses to “Financial advisers’ No. 1 worry: ‘Democrat in White House’”

  1. Kansas Bob says:

    I know that this is a bit of a contrarian view but.. having worked for three huge corporations.. I am not sure that Republicans are always looking out for Americans. They seem to support outsourcing of US jobs and other global type of initiatives. Wall Street may like them but I am not sure that they are the real friends of American industry.

    I think that Romney took Michigan.. at least in part.. because he stayed positive about keeping jobs in Detroit.. not sure that he can do anything about it but it is refreshing to hear a Republican going to bat for American industry. Well, now I am rambling.

    I wonder where Fred stands on outsourcing?

  2. Scott says:

    Fact? Oh that’s a fact now? Yeah that Clinton feeler what with his budget surplus and what not ran us into the ground. Thank goodness Bush came along and …

  3. casey says:

    Maybe you should take a look at the numbers when Clinton was leaving office, Scott. He did run us into the ground.

  4. Matt R. says:

    Kansas Bob: Conservative fiscal republicans are good for businesses.
    As a rule, Fred (and most fiscal conservatives) believes that raising taxes, as the democrats (and liberal republicans) propose causes companies cost to operate to increase, and thus they look to move to a more cost-effective country, like China.

    The only way to reverse this is to lower taxes, making it so that it is as productive to have companies here as abroad, if not more-so.

    casey: Very interesting, thanks for the info.