“We haven’t seen numbers like this in a long time,” Juanita Duggan, president and chief executive of the NFIB, said in a statement. “Small business is ready for a breakout, and that can only mean very good things for the U.S. economy. Business owners are feeling better about taking risks and making investments.”Feelings canot trump reality for very long, what is the basis for this optimism?
The share of business owners who say now is a good time to expand is three times the average of the current expansion, according to the NFIB’s data. More companies also said they plan to increase investment and keep hiring, which reflects optimism surrounding President-elect Donald Trump’s plans of spurring the economy through deregulation, tax reform and infrastructure spending.OK... if The Donald does all of those things, and there is zero reason to think he will, that could be good. Far more interesting is if he gets rid of the FED, and we finish off what is dying anyway, the ex-nihilo credit regime. And that is the big source of optimism (note not mentioned in the article), the fact that the the dinosaur retailers created by the ex nihilo credit boom, concentrating the family life small businesses into one family's life, such as the Waltons. Into that vacuum much demand and thus opportunity beckons. That fact has nothing to do with who won the election, plus there is nothing any politician can do about the fact that economic regime is near dead.
So now the work for all businesses is to adjust to he new regime, and small business is always the small quick agile British Fleet against the Spanish Armada. We win.
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