Home » Archives by category » Business » Columnists » Kevin Powell

Russia and US Battling on Many Fronts 

Russia and US Battling on Many Fronts 

With much of the world’s focus on the conflict in the Ukraine’s Crimea, the United States and Russia are facing off on many other fronts. The US is the only nation that holds veto power over major decisions at the IMF (International Monetary Fund). Russia is pushing for the IMF to move ahead without US […]

Is a Correction Finally at Hand

After snapping a four-week winning streak over Memorial Day, stocks retreated once again last week. Is the long awaited (and inevitable) market pullback finally at hand? The largest decline over the past 12 months was from September through November when the S&P 500 fell roughly 7 percent. Since then, markets have risen another 20 percent.  […]

Can Housing Jumpstart our Sluggish Economy

Can Housing Jumpstart our Sluggish Economy

  One bright spot in the economy over the past year has been the housing recovery. We have seen home prices increase at their fastest pace since April of 2006. Housing values have been up in all twenty of the Case-Shiller home-price index cities for the most of 2013. Even that good news couldn’t help […]

Don’t Get Distracted by the Stock Market

Don’t Get Distracted by the Stock Market

In a world that seems to focus way too much on glitz and glamour, it’s easy for investors to get distracted from the basics. As advisors, we can make the same mistakes. We have earned so much money over the past few years that it’s easy to count our winnings and forget about the fundamentals. […]

Deficit projected to decline in 2013

Deficit projected to decline in 2013

In what has been a year desperate for real economic improvements, the CBO (Congressional Budget Office) announced that the projected federal deficit would drop to roughly $642 billion for 2013. The deficit was $1.086 trillion in 2012, marking the fourth straight year of trillion dollar deficits for the country. The CBO is the nonpartisan agency […]

DIRECT MARKETING – WEBSITE/INTERNET – DISPLAY ADVERTISING

DIRECT MARKETING – WEBSITE/INTERNET – DISPLAY ADVERTISING

In 2010, spending on advertising was estimated at more than $300 billion in the United States and $500 billion worldwide.

Print and online advertising is a form of promotion that uses the Internet and World Wide Web for the expressed purpose of delivering marketing messages to attract customers.

Click here to see all our advertisement options and price details.

MediaKit Oct. 16, 2014 3pages; just click!