Articles by Joseph Mason
The inflationary bias in Fed policy, combined with a lack of investment in energy infrastructure, is helping to keep oil prices high.
There are several Buffett Rules emerging from the executive office.
When individuals anticipate a tax increase they will accelerate their income so that is taxed at the prior (lower) tax rate.
We are still a long way away from regaining footing in terms of "trend" macroeconomic activity and a lot can still happen in the meantime.
Operating under a higher tax rate automatically puts U.S. based firms at a competitive disadvantage to their foreign counterparts.
The JOBS Act appears to be a long-overdue Sarbanes–Oxley reform aimed at middle-sized businesses. It needs to be much, much more.
It appears President Obama's legacy may be one of economic stagnation and high inflation.
Political leaders have been slow to show our oil and gas firms the same widespread support and recognition as the Apples of the world.
The Fed's monetary policy continues to cause uncertainty, spurring investors to look for ways to park their assets in oil futures.