Sam Tabar: Donald Trump Might Hike Inflation Rates

Sam Tabar is currently the COO at an institution known as FullCycle Energy Fund. He is also the CFO at Awearable Apparel, a company that is based in New York City. Sam Tabar is recognized as an attorney and capital strategist who has achieved a lot in the past. In his international financial career, the hedge fund manager has become fluent in several languages such as Japanese and French in addition to English, his native.

In a recent post, Sam Tabar claims that inflation rates will go high as the new president-elect, Donald Trump, takes office. The capital strategist says that the progress in the labor industry has continued, and the economic activities are increasing when compared to the past years. Unemployment was starting to recover under the Obama presidency, but the policies used by Trump might ruin the progress. According to the hedge fund manager, inflation in the country is below two percent, and this year, it has increased significantly.

Since Donald Trump was elected as the president, the stock market in the United States has been balancing out. The economists in the market claim that the investors seem to have more confidence in the market as the new president takes office. The experts at the futures market have predicted that the Federal Reserve will be hiking the inflation rates by one hundred percent or even more.

The primary goal of the Federal Reserve is to maximize employment rate and at the same time keep the prices stable. This organization is aware that the employment growth is impossible to maintain for a long time, but there is also room for improvements in the short term. The job market had registered an overall growth in the recent past, but the African American and Hispanic employment growth have remained stagnant for some time. Tabar also claims that these ethnic groups have continued to be the lowest income households in the United States. The capital strategist believes that if the right measures are taken in time, the country will be able to avoid getting into serious financial problems as the new president takes office.

Take a look at Sam’s picture here: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sam_Tabar_Picture.jpg