Tax Cuts Don't Lead To Economic Growth. 65 Year Study Finds

All I understand is that you create a useless and nonsense post, and if someone responds you enjoy blogging madly.

I learnt better to keep quiet as I do not want to waste my time ! No more updates here.

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You are very funny :joy:

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It’s called trolling :slight_smile:

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What? Did I get the Russian trolls mad now? :laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing:

Chupacabra: Urban legend. It doesn’t exist. Same as those 3 mobbing figures here that seemingly appear all the sudden in a concerted effort to destroy an argument. :laughing::laughing:

The faker troll : A clever troll , the main aim of the game is to, ironically, act really REALLY stupid, this trolls aim is to argue with members incoherently, usually using text speak. This is a ploy, the troll only needs to spend 10 seconds writing the babble when the member wastes 10 minutes writing a much more wordy reply.

The clue to find a troll? Those with a simple “well, he is such and such and such” putting down anybody or any figure, but they never argue their cases. And usually that response comes with meme, a graphic, and berating half sentences.

Clue #1:
Trolls are usually using text speak. “Mommy, he is a troll”, “I am not wasting my time” and then they grab their balls because they won the debate. :laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing:

Clue #2: the troll only needs to spend 10 seconds writing the babble when the member wastes 10 minutes writing a much more wordy reply. <------------ Here! Here! :hugs::hugs::hugs::hugs:

Well, the trolls are those spinning falsehood, those posters who after reading 10 minutes of writing from somebody like me, or out of nowhere just say "this is embarrassing, “you are a troll” and try to put me, or anybody down.

After saying that “half sentence”, they just go their way, they are incapable of debating, of accepting they are wrong in their posture, and in their delusional minds… “they won!” :laughing::laughing::laughing:

And, usually, trolls are a very PC liberals. They shut down what they feel is an insult, while they support words, comments as "get that SOB out of here!, and vulgar people saying it. :hugs:

Trolls, are very liberal to the point they are commies, they love to “flag” what they don’t like instead of keep going! :laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing:

Again, as the definition is up there, trolls hate to write long statements. Their brains are not suit for that purpose :laughing::laughing::laughing::+1::+1::+1::+1:

Dear Warren Buffett:

Your participation is required on this forum.

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Not even half way though his first term and the garbage complaints about Trump just keep falling by the wayside. Wages rising, inflation falling. Millions of Americans finally seeing what it means to be living after eight years of wandering through the lunar landscape of the Obama years.

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Keep up with the last piece of opinion.

Anything to be said and done would be, specially with these tax cuts, to erase the national debt. It was one of the fundamentals for creating tax cuts, help the government to not depend on money borrowed, specially from China.

Senator Marco Rubio (R-Florida) made the news a few weeks ago for comments that seemed to slam the U.S. tax reform legislation, which he voted for at the end of 2017. “There is still a lot of thinking on the right that if big corporations are happy, they’re going to take the money they’re saving and reinvest it in American workers,” Rubio said in an interview with The Economist. “In fact they bought back shares, a few gave out bonuses; there’s no evidence whatsoever that the money’s been massively poured back into the American worker.

“In fact they bought back shares, a few gave out bonuses; there’s no evidence whatsoever that the money’s been massively poured back into the American worker.

https://www.sdxcentral.com/articles/news/how-u-s-companies-are-spending-their-newly-repatriated-cash/2018/05/

He just wants posters commenting on his postings so he can feel a king. He is used to the troll attitude, put some graphics, add one or two lines, adios! What a boring life! :laughing::laughing:

People will always have their opinions, but the facts are clear. I guess people don’t mind having blatantly incorrect opinions.

Blatant opinions, yes, from people who know their chit. Not petulant, know it all people who don’t know how to create a spread sheet. :laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing:

President Twhitler’s central claim about his economic policies officially crashed into reality on Thursday.

Throughout the 2016 campaign and since, the president and his party have vowed to kick-start tepid Obama-era economic growth. Specifically, they insisted tax cuts and deregulation would return growth to its post-World War II average of 3 percent — a level, candidate Trump said derisively, that President Barack Obama became “the first president in modern history” never to reach in a single year.

New government data on Thursday morning show that Trump, too, has failed to reach the 3 percent promised land, according to one major metric. The Commerce Department’s Bureau of Economic Analysis measured 2018 growth at 2.9 percent, matching the peak Obama enjoyed in 2015.

GOP’s hollow campaign pledge

Economically, that falls short of the upgrade Team Trump pledged. Politically, it demonstrates the hollowness of a core GOP campaign theme.

Twhitler, with characteristic grandiosity, dismissed that argument and outbid Bush. “We think it could be 5 or even 6” percent, he said. <-------------:rofl::rofl::scream::scream::scream::scream::scream::scream::scream:

His economic advisers remained more cautious. But they cast sustained growth of 3 percent or more, driven by new, productivity-boosting business investment, as the floor beneath their strategy for making Americans better off and protecting the federal budget.

The foundation for the plan is 3 percent growth,” budget director Mick Mulvaney told Congress. "In fact, that IS Trumponomics." <----------:sunglasses::sunglasses::sunglasses::sunglasses:

I am glad to educate ignorant people on a subject they just use to fulfill their pathetic agenda.

""U.S. corporations spent a record amount buying back their own shares last year, using 2017’s tax-cut windfall to reward shareholders rather than to invest or expand their businesses.

2017’s tax overhaul was trumpeted as a way to give companies more cash to invest to grow their businesses. But its timing coincided with signs that the global economy had begun to slow, an incentive for companies to instead give the cash back to investors.:joy::joy::joy:

https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/markets/us-companies-tax-windfall-fuels-record-share-buybacks/ar-BBVCvTy?ocid=spartanntp

No Real Earnings Growth In 2018 - Just Lower Taxes

Reported earnings grew at a rapid 23% rate in 2018, but deeper research shows that growth continues to be an illusion. When we remove the impact of the corporate tax cut, economic earnings declined 2%.

This decline in economic earnings, combined with macroeconomic headwinds, suggests that real growth will be hard to find. The disconnect between declining real economic earnings and rising equity markets leads us to put growth investors - who chase misleading earnings growth in companies like United Technologies (UTX) - in the Danger Zone.

Economic Earnings Declined After Stripping Out the Impact of Tax Cuts

As we’ve shown in previous reports, economic earnings - which reverse accounting distortions and account for the weighted average cost of capital (WACC) - across the broader market have been in a steady decline for several years. Economic earnings declined by 28% in 2015, 15% in 2016, and 2% in 2017. At first glance, it would appear that economic earnings rebounded and grew by 18% last year.

However, Figure 1 shows that the entirety of economic earnings growth in 2018 can be attributed to the corporate tax rate cut. If we remove the impact of the tax cut,[1] we see that economic earnings declined by 2% in 2018, same as 2017.
https://seekingalpha.com/article/4253782-real-earnings-growth-2018-just-lower-taxes