The stock market has been all over the map in last month following the presidential election and uncertainty regarding a plan to find an agreement before the fiscal cliff. Politicians on both sides say they are going to get it done, and consumer confidence is up significantly from the start of the year. But companies, big ones, don’t feel so optimistic. They are putting a hold on all capital investments at a pace not seen since the recession. What does that mean? Without business investment, even if a compromise is reached, is the economy is going to stay stagnant? Did Congress put this negotiation off for too long?
Glenn Beck joined "Real News" Tuesday to discuss business and consumer confidence with the fiscal cliff in sight. Watch a clip below: