Kevin Clark

Kevin Clark

Kevin Clark is a Senior Vice-President with Clark Wealth Advisors of Raymond James & Associates. Clark's practice includes speaking, regular media appearances and writing on economic and political events. Since 1986, he has been a weekly financial guest contributor for Midwest Communications, Inc. in Western Michigan. The "Kevin Clark Business Minute", a live weekly radio show, has been continuosly on the air for over 25 years. Clark Wealth Advisors serves clients in Holland Michigan and Naples Florida, and he writes on financial and economy issues for The Brenner Brief.

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By Kevin Clark On Monday, June 17th, 2013
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NSA and Big Data: Balancing Liberty and Safety

In a culture infected by hyper partisanship, irony can be the cousin of hypocrisy but being what they are, families, whether extended or modern, eventually must find common ground to exist. So, in the cloud of the More...

By Kevin Clark On Monday, June 3rd, 2013

The Humpty Dumpty IRS

The analogies are almost endless. History is filled with great moments, notable people as well as atrocities, and people who con the system. There is very little new or unique to describe our current national dilemma. More...

By Kevin Clark On Monday, May 27th, 2013

Tornado Warning: Obama Whirlwind Scarring America For Generations To Come

There is a metaphoric tornado warning: President Obama’s whirlwind of scandals and leading from behind will scar Americans for generations to come. By now, most Americans have seen the horrific images of the More...

Stock Market
By Kevin Clark On Monday, May 20th, 2013

What Is Wall Street Trying To Tell Us?

The old Wall Street adage, “sell in May and go away” has so far not materialized. With a new record high being established with regularity, investors, both big and small, continue to be early in predicting More...

By Kevin Clark On Sunday, May 19th, 2013
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The Progressive President Who Halted Progress

Mitt Romney and Al Gore are not names you normally see together. They are members of the 1%, both independently wealthy, but with vast philosophical differences in regards to the role of government. However, there More...

Jay Carney
By Kevin Clark On Wednesday, May 15th, 2013

What Becomes of Marionette Jay Carney May Be Up to The GOP

It is a thin line between incompetent and corrupt, but lines crossed are not rules to guide policy by, rather they are suggestions for the Obama administration to pick and choose from, at least that is the way More...

By Kevin Clark On Monday, May 13th, 2013

Benghazi: Hillary’s ‘Elephant in the Room’ and Cheryl’s Sequel

Benghazi and the definition of sex… The Benghazi story seems to be the epicenter of something we fail to  comprehend and only see in part. Like the parable of “The Elephant and the Blind Men”, many people More...

By Kevin Clark On Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

Dow Closes Above 15,000 For The First Time Ever

The Dow Jones Industrial Average, or DJIA, has pierced through the 15,000 level, and the only thing that was holding traders back from popping the cork in celebration was a closing price above 15,000. At 4:00 Eastern More...

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By Kevin Clark On Monday, May 6th, 2013

Tulip Festival In MI Sparks Currency Mania Discussion

Tulips from the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm in Oregon This week begins one of the most popular and successful small town events in the country. The Tulip Festival in Holland Michigan, packed with parades, Dutch dancers, More...

The Obama Administration
By Kevin Clark On Monday, April 29th, 2013

Can Main Street Take Three More Years Of The Obama Administration?

When you hear the phrase “everyday people,” most of us think of ourselves, friends and family. We think about the common people who inhabit Main Street USA, or that person in the cubicle next to you Monday through More...