Historic Welfare Reform Can Spur More Worker Availability, Save Taxpayers, Expert Analysis – plus Manufactured Housing Industry Market Updates

CNNmone3.15.2019ManufacturedHomeStocksMarketsReportsMHProNewsPresidential budget proposals are ‘aspiration’ to use the phrase that some have applied to the Green New Deal.  But it addresses several items that should be important to investors, professionals, and the nation at large.  On a day when the broader markets rose overall, and industry track stocks closed mostly up, we focus on the topic of welfare reform and why it matters.


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Today’s markets and stocks, at the closing bell…



Today’s Big Movers

For all the scores and highlights on tracked manufactured home connected stocks today, see thBloomberg graphic, posted below.

Today’s MH Market Spotlight Report –



There are several topics covered in this NBC News video dubbed as “White House Defends President Donald Trump’s Budget On National Debt, Medicare, More.”  At about the 4 minute mark, the topic of welfare reform is directly addressed, although aspects of entitlement spending are raised prior to that mark.

Kristina Rasmussen is vice president of federal affairs at the Foundation for Government Accountability. In a column on Fox Business, Rasmussen made some interesting points on the issue of welfare reform in the 2020 budget.


  • There is a near-record number of able-bodied adults dependent on food stamps today—and only eight percent of this group work full-time jobs. According to government data, 28 million able-bodied adults are on Medicaid, and most aren’t working at all,” said Kaye.
  • Other would-be workers are being kept on the sidelines by a broken federal disability insurance program that disincentivizes work—similar to the welfare system.”
  • Still more are dissuaded by government-imposed barriers, high occupational licensing fees and lengthy education and training requirements that often do not align with a given profession.”
  • One such reform would bring work requirement uniformity across federal welfare programs by requiring recipients of Medicaid, the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program and the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) rental assistance program to work, train or volunteer at least part-time in order to receive welfare benefits. This would only impact those welfare recipients who have the ability to work — whether part-time or full-time.”
  • Research shows that work requirements have powerful impacts on those stuck in a welfare rut, taxpayers and the economy. In Florida, after work requirements went into effect, those leaving welfare found work in over 1,000 industries. In Arkansas, the same group returning to the workforce more than tripled their incomes within two years.”

The reforms would eliminate waste while preserving the benefits for those in need, said Rasmussen.

  • Bold reforms that emphasize the importance of work are exactly what our economy needs to kick it into high gear and to reach the president’s goal of sustained GDP growth of three percent or better.”
  • To do this, the nation’s workforce must expand by millions. We have the people to meet that demand. Now we need the policies to match.”

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Bloomberg Closing Ticker for MHProNews…

NOTE: The chart below includes the Canadian stock, ECN, which purchased Triad Financial Services.

NOTE: The chart below covers a number of stocks NOT reflected in the Yahoo MHCV, shown above.

NOTE: Drew changed its name and trading symbol at the end of 2016 to Lippert (LCII).

Berkshire Hathaway is the parent company to Clayton Homes21st Mortgage, Vanderbilt Mortgage and other factory built housing industry suppliers.

LCI Industries, Patrick, UFPI and LP all supply manufactured housing.

AMG, CG and TAVFX have investments in manufactured housing related businesses.

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