fiscal cliff

Brian Wesbury from First Trust Advisors, Chicago

Jan 4, 2013

With the start of a new year, and the fiscal cliff apparently averted, there is still much to discuss in the national economy and, in particular, market and investing news. So why not go to a nationally recognized expert to get some answers? Brian Wesbury is the chief economist for First Trust Advisors, LP in Chicago as well as an author, blogger and regular guest on all the financial new channels. He is On the Money with Chris DeSimio with a big picture look at the recent happenings in Washington and what he anticipates for 2013.


Greater Cincinnati realtors are waiting to see what happens with the fiscal cliff. They don't want it to harm a recovering housing market.

For 17 months in a row Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky homes sales have increased. Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors President Tom Hasselbeck hopes the upward trend continues.

"It's all a combination of excellent interest rates, eager home buyers, the market is actually shrinking in terms of available homes."

Former Hamilton County commissioner David Pepper will join activists from a pro-Obama coalition in Roselawn Saturday to push for an end to Bush-era  tax cuts on those making over $250,000 a year.

The Impending Fiscal Cliff

Nov 16, 2012

On the Money with Chris DeSimio welcomes Dave Foster and Mark Motley from Foster & Motley Wealth Management LLC to discuss the impending fiscal cliff and potential changes in taxes.