Charles Payne

Posted August 30, 2014

Our Commander-in-Chief explaining that there is no current plan for dealing with the terror group, ISIS, beyond our containment efforts is the kind of thing that hurts the overall mood of the nation.

Posted August 29, 2014

After all, when it is all said and done, there are stocks that make a lot of money for many, while others actually lose a lot of money for many. But, why? Simple: because some people sell too early, or they sell too late

Posted August 28, 2014

Socialism is a losing policy as it stops economies from growing. It also makes people lazy. The (2013) front cover of Le Point magazine translated to English reads in part, Are the French Lazy?

Posted August 27, 2014

Are you one of those people thats been spooked out of this rally because you dont like the Presidents policies or the Federal Reserve? Well, I dont like them either, but I do enjoy eating, and I do want to send my kids to college.

Posted August 26, 2014

With so much going on around the world, the recent shooting exchange between the troops of India and Pakistan forces in the disputed Kashmir region may have gone unnoticed. According to reports, two people from both sides died in the latest round of trouble.

Posted August 23, 2014

Thursday, in Chicago, 9 year old Antonio Smith was killed in the backyard of an apartment building. He was in the wrong place at the wrong time, but then again, that statement applies to every black child in Chicago and any other city.

Posted August 22, 2014

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) released its report, Expenditures on Children by Families, and the cost of raising a child is now up to $245,000- not including the cost of college. The most expensive part of raising children is keeping a roof over their heads and food in their bellies...

Posted August 21, 2014

The Fed released the minutes from its last gathering, and this report should move the market. The big question of the day is: what is the level of internal dissent from official policy and Chairman Yellen?

Posted August 20, 2014

The stock market continues to take its cue from the military action (or inaction) between Russia and Ukraine, and to the lesser extent, from how we are dealing with ISIS (bombs away). But, how long can Wall Street continue whistling past the graveyard when it comes to a potential explosion of violence across America?

Posted August 19, 2014

A lot is being said about the militarization of local police departments. I think it is the kind of debate that can only happen in a nation where crime has come down dramatically within the past several decades. Similar to freedom, I think Americans take it for granted.

Posted August 16, 2014

The main point is that the people living their lives, preparing for these ‘disasters’ waste valuable time; and the people that predict them often, do very well selling you products, speaking engagements and notoriety.

Posted August 15, 2014

The news out of Ferguson, Missouri is not impacting the stock market, but there is an economic story here that I discussed on my show, last night.

Posted August 14, 2014

There are a lot of ways to measure the economic rebound, but nothing is more important than having "good" paying jobs.

Posted August 13, 2014

The headlines of bored federal workers spending up to eight hours per day watching porn at work points to the problem of a bloated government with little or no accountability.

Posted August 12, 2014

I can still remember reading articles about the destruction of the Buddhas of Bamiyan and thinking what a horrible crime, not against religion, but against mankind and history.

Posted August 09, 2014

The market is becoming extraordinarily frustrating now that distinct good news, initially greeted with cheer and higher share prices, fades into a haze of worries that may not even materialize down the road.

Posted August 08, 2014

There are forces moving it in the wrong direction from excessive money printing to ideological-driven policies that have gut our work ethic, and have removed rungs from the ladder of success.

Posted August 07, 2014

President Obama took corporate America to task for not liking regulations and told them to stop whining. Instead, he says Main Street should be excited about getting benefits out of this powerhouse economy.

Posted August 06, 2014

I was really impressed with yesterday’s session as all the pieces were in place for a serious sell-off. Days with little to zero economic data are perfect test beds for the true pulse of investors.

Posted August 05, 2014

The nightmare that is our fiscal and monetary policies were on full display Friday in the so-called jobs report.


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