Making Money with Charles Payne Market Rebound Continues Recession Fears Decline Trade Hopes Increase Forget Profits Businesses are now Woke @GibbsErin @maryannemarsh @JonasFerris @bevhallberg @BrandonNTU @ChrisGarciaUSA @BlakemanB @TeamCleveland Tune In RT
there are concerns in economy *manufacturing *housing (although signs of improvement) *government debt But this isn't 2007: check out household ability to manage debt: Household Debt Service Payments as a Percent of Disposable Personal Income https://twitter.com/TriciaEdwards2/status/1163471150191652866
The headline and comments below are why everyone should dig into data themselves. Fewer economist see recession next year than back in February -that's the real headline! Recession may hit after election But they're evenly split on whether it'll be before or after the election.
@cvpayne @TrumpJew Started work for pay at 11, as shepherd boy in the wolf country of the Urals living /w relatives there for 2 years. Was awesome, confronted nature on its own terms and learned about who I am. Because of that experience if made infantry school a fun refresher course.
America is warmer, more hopeful and more positive than media will ever report. It's in our DNA to not only think things can and will be better but to make it happen. #DignityofWork #RealityBetterthanHeadlines
Charles I went to work as did my sisters as a car hop at age 13...I loved having my own money and it also helped my dad who was supporting a wife and 5 daughters .it taught me a work ethic that stayed with me until I retired.
@Bill_Bruner @cvpayne @McDonaldsCorp @usairforce @NASA @GeorgeWBush 12-15 mowed lawns, raked leaves, babysat, paperroute, lemonade stand 16-18 amusement park cashier and food service employee 19-27 operated nuclear power plants on submarines for the Navy
@Sebastiankofc1 @TVJMulhern @cvpayne Age 10 to 14, I was babysitting, mowing lawns, and had a paper route. At 16, I began working in hospitality. I also taught color guard for various high school marching bands. #WorkBuildsGoodPeople #WorkIsDignity
Hi @cvpayne I started working when I was 12 in a dry cleaner in Great Neck. I worked all throughout high school ~20-25 hours a week. I babysat sometimes too. I got to college and started a business that paid for my tuition. I also worked holiday breaks- doing temp jobs in NYC.
@cvpayne Worked at Grandfathers store at 13, kept score at local bowling tournaments. Worked for uncle at his garage during senior year, & friends dads convenance store. Also cleaned some offices. Turned 18, got a real job & lucky enough to only miss 2 weeks of paychecks (by choice)
@cvpayne I grew up in group homes & foster care so if I wanted something I had to work for it. Started working at 12 & even bought my first car with my own money. Paid my own insurance & gas. Kids today don't understand the value of working for your money
@cvpayne Reclaimed bricks at 11. Had multiple paper routes at 12 and 13. Cleaned parts in an industrial plant at 14. Caught cinderblocks and stacked them in a block plant at 16. Only kid in my high school to get a car loan on his own signature at 18 (1st yr it was legal in my state).
@cvpayne I started a "Business" (selling home made cinnamon toothpicks) in first grade. Babysitting by 10, Baseball Scorekeeper every summer at 13, Worked at Wendy's at 16, Radio DJ, Tandy leather and Bojangle's in college
@cvpayne Totally agree! I grew up in a family business. Shoveled snow and mowed lawns for 💵 in the neighborhood. First “real” job was working at a deli at 14. Worked fast food, full-serve gas station attendant, auto parts, etc. Started my first company while in college at 21.