2013 Investing Outlook Now Up At Kiplinger

by James Hendrickson on November 14, 2012 · 0 comments

Kiplinger remains a consistently great source of first rate personal finance information.

Their 2013 investing outlook is up, partially reprinted here:

Economic Outlook


Last updated: October 26, 2012
This plodding economic recovery will rack up real annual growth of just 2% both this year and next as fiscal cliff fears and slower global gains counter consumers’ optimism and housing market improvement. We remain confident that Washington will resolve — at least temporarily — federal budget and tax issues, either in a lame-duck session of Congress or early in 2013. But the consequences of failing to put off pending tax hikes and draconian spending cuts is so great — threatening to whack up to four percentage points off GDP in 2013 — that just the fear of driving off that fiscal cliff dampens the potential for economic growth.

To read more, surf on over to Kiplinger’s.

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