Austin, TX (PRWEB) January 03, 2013
Absolute Wealth’s Managing Editor David K. Miller has published the latest editorial article on the fiscal cliff issue, and shares his thoughts on a game of chicken between the President and his Republican adversaries.
After an initial market scare, Miller said that things have stabilized for the time being. Still, the situation has yet to fully materialize into either a success or a failure.
“The Bond market is going up, which means the smart money is betting on continued uncertainty. The stock market so far has avoided a complete meltdown, but has abruptly ended the rally that began in mid-November,” wrote Miller in the article.
“Consumer Confidence has taken a nose dive and the holiday shopping sales figures are off significantly from last year which suggests the next economic figures are going to stink, too,” he wrote. “The odds remain with my outlook that these politicians, ever more concerned with their self-preservation than anything else, will patch together some kind of deal at the last minute.”
David K. Miller is an investment and financial expert who writes, analyzes, and advises as Managing Editor of Absolute Wealth. His experience as a professional trader has led to a vast knowledge of modern techniques and strategies, and many of the programs, Special Reports, and other features from Absolute Wealth and the Independent Wealth Alliance originated from Miller, or included his input in one form or another.
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