Category Archives: Rebuilding America

More Signals Point to 2019 Being a Big Year for Infrastructure Spending

More Signals Point to 2019 Being a Big Year for Infrastructure Spending

Coming out of last week’s mid-term election, we are seeing more and more signals validating that the issue of the addressing the crumbling infrastructure across the United States is likely to take center stage come 2019 when the Democrats take control of the House of Representatives. When the new Congress is seated come January, Rep. […]

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While The Market Regained Some of Its Footing, It’s Shaky At Best

While The Market Regained Some of Its Footing, It’s Shaky At Best

After a brutal October, the market has managed to regain some of the ground it lost in the early days of November. But it is unusual for the S&P 500 to lose 10% or more twice in any given year. Going back roughly half a century, such double-dipping typically precedes or occurred in conjunction with a recession, (with the exception of 1987 which wasn’t much fun). Is this time different?

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California Infrastructure is Going the Wrong Way

California Infrastructure is Going the Wrong Way

With all the other noise coming out of Washington, D.C. these days, the one topic we haven’t heard too much about in recent months is the state our nation’s infrastructure. That’s certainly not because of progress made in that area, a fact underscored by the preliminary report card released this week on the state of bridges and roads in California.

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