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Expect The Unexpected, Predict The Unpredicted

April 6th, 2016

Atlanta Fed’s GDPNow model forecasts first-quarter GDP growth of 0.6%. The forecasts have gone from 2% then 1.4% and now this model projects next to no growth at all. Considering that this model begins projecting a quarters GDP about one month in. After the stock market last year there was not much excitement when the less […]

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Real Estate Matters

March 28th, 2016

The housing market has been a roller-coaster for more than a decade now and to some the struggles in the real estate sector don’t change much or even effect your day to day. However, this market has had some interesting developments in domestically and on foreign ground. The housing market can effect the stock market […]

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Getting Closer Every Day

March 20th, 2016

The economic bubble which we have been experiencing for the past few months is showing more and more signs that its here to stay with every day that passes. There are some analysts who would still go so far as to say that the economy is not riding the wave of a popping bubble. However […]

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One Down

March 16th, 2016

This quarter has is coming to a close and there are a couple of interesting foreign and domestic situations developing. Though these developments are nothing too surprising they are still something to be taken seriously in this already serious time. The first quarter estimates for companies in the S&P 500 did just a little bit […]

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The Waves Are Starting To Crash

March 10th, 2016

  During the month of February alone the U.S. job economy added 242,000 jobs. This is definitely not a bad sign by nature. However this is not a sign of exponential growth by any means. With the unemployment rate floating steadily at 4.9% the U.S. economy is creating jobs just quickly enough to keep itself […]

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What Are the Markets Telling Us?

February 29th, 2016

The market is starting to feel the pain from the bruises of last year, as well as the beginning of the worst start to the stock market in 90 years. But many of these bruises were patched up with faulty reports and bad numbers. These markets are not so easy to read and even harder […]

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Signs, Good or Bad?

February 22nd, 2016

There are many signs in the economy that can be seen as good signs of the market in the near future. However, many of these signs actually reveal more imperative problems than already known if analyzed properly. The U.S. economy created around 151,000 jobs in January alone, lowering the unemployment rate to 4.9%. Now usually […]

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Bubble Getting Bigger

February 18th, 2016

About two weeks ago Harry S. Dent Jr., Senior editor of Economy & Markets, pointed out the severity of the Chinese stock crash and the crash in the oil market as signs of the next generational bust. Which is basically a part of the pattern of the market where the bubble finally bursts, and like […]

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Buckle Up For A Bumpy Ride

January 26th, 2016

The signs that we have been receiving from the economy haven’t been so good as of late. Considering the state of the economy domestically and globally, any news at this point is bad news. Although the recent problems of the markets haven’t seen a dramatic change there are still other developments worth looking into and […]

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The Job Market

November 16th, 2015

The results of the October employment report has had its effect on the U.S. market in more ways than one. The treasury rates and interest rates actually shot higher, the American dollar increased in value, and the price of bonds as well as commodities (i.e. gold) has dropped. Now what does this necessarily mean? This […]

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