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Are these guys all of their wallets again Barack Obama just look at because -- -- Former American Express Seattle current chairman of and that's about it now about fire -- developed with them RD.
They are at least hedging their bets on the inching back to the president.
I would doubt -- I think the president will will get a lot less money from.
People in financial services this time around when they did last time.
Last time around they could claim that they didn't know what he was gonna do.
-- know exactly what is gonna do.
And everything -- doing is hurting.
Everything in the financial service industry news and everything in the entire economy and how much that you -- its parts and leaving aside the tax issues on.
You know Dodd-Frank everything -- Plus it's only to a man -- woman.
Did you call fat cats -- of these that gets old back cancel.
To be the comments get old right yup a lot of people what that I've spoken to who supported Obama last confidence we are not going to do it now.
Do a lot of them don't change their mind and it looks like.
He's gonna win and other words you might -- -- close to the guy.
You don't -- and be on the -- -- themselves where it's.
Probably a little bit but not much.
My guess is that they'll they'll put more money into congressional races in both the house and the senate and so they could tip the senate -- -- the senate for example.
And just keep things -- block yeah.
And divided government always -- and a divided -- -- if if Obama wins divided government would be a very good thing for the nation.
Now that you're pretty good -- this money stuff what what do you think of Obama reelection would mean just of the markets in the economy.
What -- -- what it will mean is we won't achieve a full recovery before the next recession.
It if you look at the at the last eleven recessions everyone since world war two.
And look at the recoveries out of those recessions.
Is the ninth worst in terms of job creation.
And the tenth worst in terms of GDP growth is that so yeah.
That there was a study done by the Minneapolis fed.
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.
-- it's up one on -- people who wouldn't get the data and they have all the charts which compare all the recessions.
And and they it's interactive CB didn't comparing to and then there's tables of data women that -- -- residents are as you know -- well.
It's better -- it wants is that and what's every recovery is better than it.
But it did have been on the -- before but it -- you -- you start with a low base and and it can't help but get better.
The the issue is that the recovery itself is a really bad recovery compared to every other recovery we -- -- had.
And and the this this new reasons why.
All are important to understand.
-- -- it's a terrible recovery in spite of two very important factors.
One is five trillion dollars in stimulus spending that's our deficit over the last three years.
And secondly historically low interest rates.
Those two things should have boosted the economy and it is so all of the other things he's doing is -- gets thank you -- I think.
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