Sully Sullivan explains how the impeachment hearing will affect your money
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Things used to be so simple. You buy a stock, the government cuts taxes, the stock goes up.
As Sully Sullivan explains, things are still that simple, yet vastly more complex. As political headlines continue to take center stage, it is important to remember that political games, predictions and proceedings are all temporary events as it pertains to the United States stock markets.
Wednesday on Good Morning San Diego, Sully Sullivan explained to KUSI’s Paul Rudy that this will have zero bearing on the strong economy.Unemployment is at a 54-year low, we have very low interest rates, and based upon CPI numbers, our inflation is low, and retail earning figures show Americans are spending money.