Consumer spending is slowing, but the real story comes from looking at growth rates in retail sales over the long term…
Poor reported earnings over the last quarter is a direct reflection of a poor economy. If corporate earnings are lower, worker paychecks aren’t going up, price aren’t rising, and consumers are probably not spending more.
We’ve been addicted to debt and Keynesian economic policies since the 1970s. And now, we’re facing the greatest debt crisis since the 1930s…
I just landed in Vancouver for our third annual Irrational Economic Summit. Besides losing some luggage on the flight over and a few other hiccups along the way, I’m here,
As we leave the summer behind and move toward the fourth quarter, now is the time to take stock of where we are, and plan for the months and years ahead.
Anyone celebrating has apparently forgotten what real growth is supposed to look like.