Higher tax-rates on the "rich" really don't work as expected. From the American Enterprise Institute, a very telling chart. The rich -- which I guess is defined as the top 1 percent of income -- pay a higher share of taxes when tax rates are lower.
Portfolio Return as of 12/31/22:
2022: -.019% (SP500 -18.01%)
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