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Markets Undaunted by Brexit

Markets Undaunted by Brexit

So much for the promised economic catastrophe that was to befall the UK in the aftermath of the June 23 vote to leave the European Union (EU).

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Avast There’s an Iceberg Ahead!

Avast There’s an Iceberg Ahead!

Is there any way to stop this train wreck before we hit the wall? Can we rein in Washington and stop the money borrowed from the future that the best and the brightest are spending? What do you think? I wish I had an answer to that because I’m tired of answering the question.

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Nanny State Payday Loan Meddling

Nanny State Payday Loan Meddling

President Reagan famously observed that, “the nine most dangerous words in the English language are ‘I’m from the government and I’m here to help.'” This is a warning worth keeping in mind when logging onto the website of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and immediately encountering in large letters, “We’re on your side.”

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SD AG Explanation on Finance Charge Ballot Measure

SD AG Explanation on Finance Charge Ballot Measure

South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley announced today that the South Dakota Supreme Court has upheld the Attorney General ballot explanation for Initiated Measure 21, which sets a limit of 36% as the maximum that certain money lenders are permitted to charge on loans.

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Another South Dakota Ballot Initiative Challenged

Another South Dakota Ballot Initiative Challenged

Today, South Dakota Secretary of State Shantel Krebs announced that a challenge was submitted February 3rd on the initiated amendment to the South Dakota constitution limiting the ability to set statutory interest rates for loans (18%).

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Does the Bible Support The Cause of LaVoy Finicum?

Does the Bible Support The Cause of LaVoy Finicum?

It has happened again. Another murder of an unarmed citizen took place last Tuesday by entities posing as a government, otherwise known as the FBI and the Oregon State Police. What is happening in the collapse of America is that the civil government is not only wasteful beyond imagination; it violates the Constitution which it swears to uphold at every turn.

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Should I Buy Commercial Real Estate?

Should I Buy Commercial Real Estate?

If you ask several financial professionals about owning commercial real estate or even just owning your own building as a small business owner, some will think it is a great idea and others will think it is a terrible idea.

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Petition Challenge to South Dakota Lending Measure

Petition Challenge to South Dakota Lending Measure

Today, South Dakota Secretary of State Shantel Krebs announced that a challenge was submitted January 27 on the initiated measure To Set A Maximum Finance Charge for Certain Licensed Money Lenders.

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The Weakened Yuan

The Weakened Yuan

China’s 10-year experiment with a strong yuan is over. After years of world markets complaining about China’s devaluation policy of a low, fixed exchange rate against the dollar, the People’s Bank of China finally allowed the yuan to begin appreciating in 2005.

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Gifting Appreciated Stock To Family Members

Gifting Appreciated Stock To Family Members

Many family members give money to their children. For children with lower incomes, there is an opportunity to give them appreciated stock to shift the capital gains to a lower tax bracket.

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