On the one hand an inverted US yield curve is said to be problematic for our economic growth. On the other hand consumer confidence continues to rise along with greater than expected revenues/profits by the digital industry. Or is all of this a result of global quantitative easing? What to expect in the coming near term economy is the focus of this presentation.

1–Sunday morning May 6th at 9:00 a.m. we will have a distinguished speaker addressing issues on global economic development and sustained growth in the United States over the near term. Please join us for a presentation by Dr. Jerry O’Driscoll. He is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, a former senior editor of the Index of Economic Freedom prepared by Heritage & the Wall Street Journal and also served as vice president and economic advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Here is an opportunity to retake Economics 101 and hopefully inspire sound investment strategies for the next two years.

As always, please RSVP HERE.

2–Nominations for Officers of the Men’s Club are still open. Without fresh volunteerism, inspiration, and leadership the Men’s Club could go into short-term recession. It is time to step-up.

Thank you for your participation.
Stephen Myerson, President
Temple Sinai Men’s Club

P.S. President Truman is attributed to saying, “If only I could find a one handed economist to explain things.”