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Interview with Gordon Chang

As I mentioned last week, we'll be running a few interviews in Economy & Markets in advance of the Irrational Economic Summit. Which this year is taking place October 10-12 at the National Harbor in Washington, D.C. (Find more...

Interview with Dr. Lacy Hunt

Today I'm going to turn my column space over to Senior Research Analyst Dave Okenquist. He just the other day conducted an exceptional interview with Dr. Lacy Hunt. Lacy is an old friend of mine and the Executive Vice President...

Millennials, real estate, and the disconnect between the two

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the tribulations associated with selling a home. We were in the thick of inspections, appraisals, etc. As we sold our home, and worked on a separate home purchase at the same...

Another Wacky IPO: Sign of a Top Coming

Simon Black at recently put out an interesting expose about WeWork, the co-working (fast becoming co-everything) company, and its astronomically valued IPO. He calls it “the latest sign that absolutely nothing makes sense anymore.” There is clearly a long...

Crisis Unavertable

The markets rallied a little on Thursday, up 400 points on the Dow. But Friday's jobs report was low, and we're not seeing any indications that we'll be getting off this collision course with a recession any time soon....

Many Indicators Point to Early 2020 Downturn

The yield curve first flirted with inversion earlier this year. That occurred clearly recently when the 2-year Treasury bond yield crossed below the 10-year, and it has done that further more recently. But that indicator can lead by nine months...

Will Trump Tariffs Inflate Christmas Spending?

The Labor Day Weekend is over, marking the end of summer. Now we can get on to the next holiday in line… Christmas. We used to concern ourselves with a few calendar markers over the fall, like Halloween and Thanksgiving,...

Do Retirees Celebrate Labor Day?

I grew up in the Florida Panhandle, then moved back there for 12 years as an adult with children. I love the water and the scenery, as well as the tropical weather. I can do without the lines. I’m not...

Something’s Got To Give

A wise man once said that if you need to take viagra to have sex, you need to know you have a low libido. And if you need to pop a second pill, you need to know you're dead. That's how...

Back to School Season Should Scare You

It’s that time again – back to school season – when we have to drive a little slower, watch for flashing yellow signs that signal much higher ticket costs, put down our cell phones, and try to remember the...

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