Mike’s Morning Brief – December 5, 2018

By December 5, 2018 Mike's Morning Brief

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Market is closed today in honor of our 41st President George Herbert Walker Bush who died Friday night at the age of 94. It is a day of mourning and celebration of the life of a great American. Bush dedicated his life to service for our nation. It began at age 18, where Bush was one of the youngest fighter pilots in World War II. Bush was a member of the House of Representatives, Director of the CIA, Ambassador to the United Nations, and Vice President under Ronald Reagan. George Herbert Walker Bush was the 41st President of the United States, and is often called the best 1-term President our nation ever had. He presided over a pivotal time in global history with the fall of the Berlin wall and the demise of the Soviet Union. He was the first post Cold War President. He was also the last President to preside over 4 consecutive Quarters of 4%+ GDP growth.

Have a great morning,

Mike Frazier