Stock Indexes Dip, But Economic Data Is Bullish Under The Hood | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

U.S. stock indexes slipped midday Friday in the run-up to the three-day holiday weekend. Economic data, though, flashed bullish signals under the hood, even as some headline numbers ... Continue Reading →

Beware An Economic Boom! | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

We don’t need an economic boom, but that’s what we may be getting. Since the 2016 election, the stock market is up roughly 24%, reports Wilshire Associates. The price ... Continue Reading →

NRW-British Economic Meeting in Birmingham

January 24th, 6pm at Conference Aston Münster/Germany. – Enterprises in the United Kingdom and the German Federal State of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) have been trusted partners ... Continue Reading →

Economic Boom: Who Deserves Credit?

Every year, the Federal Reserve conducts a massive survey of American households to paint a portrait of their economic habits and spirits. The recently published findings for 2017 ... Continue Reading →

Trade Deficit Is Most Meaningless Economic Indicator Of All

The trade deficit doesn’t matter. There shouldn’t be anything controversial about this fact. As Adam Smith, the father of modern economics, wrote in “An Inquiry ... Continue Reading →

Trump Tariffs And Economic Populism Are Good Politics But Bad Economics | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

We came to expect economic illiteracy from left-wing President Barack Obama. X For example, in attempting to explain away his tepid economic recovery, Obama blamed the emergence of ... Continue Reading →

Economy: Will Trump Economic Policies Fuel Inflation? | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

Can we run the economy “hot”? X To those who think that President Trump’s economic policy is simply an extended program to make the rich richer, there is another, ... Continue Reading →

Why Good Economic News Is Bad | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis

In 1930, John Maynard Keynes was worried, but not about the unpleasantness that had begun the previous year and would linger long enough to become known as the Great Depression. What ... Continue Reading →