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Consider This: $

  I asked for input from a very trusted source regarding Ramo’s book, and I wanted to share an edited version of what I got back. For background, the Seventh…

Is Foreign Trade Worth the Fuss? $

Is Foreign Trade Worth the Fuss?   $

  Trade was never intended to be a system that “floats all boats”. The theories that explain trade all start with the assumption that every society has its strengths and…

Federal Reserve, a Recession, and June/July $

  This is short and sweet:  the Federal Reserve will dictate how your next 24 months will go. That’s bold. But, if the Fed moves on interest rates in June…

The Amazon of Things $

  First, a comment and disclosure.  We don’t own stock in Amazon, don’t work with Amazon, and don’t suggest that you take any of the following and use it as…

Brexit as a Symptom of Something Much Bigger $

Brexit as a Symptom of Something Much Bigger   $

  We have written until (frankly) we are bored with the potential Brexit…and you know the story already.  Brits will vote on June 23rd to stay in the European Union…

And Yet, Some Seeing Signs of a Looming Recession $

That is the assessment of some economists anyway. In a recent survey conducted by the WSJ the consensus view of the participating economists thought there was a 1 in 5…

Home Builders Remain Confident. $

The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) has released the latest of their confidence surveys and the results were far better than had been expected given all the issues that…

Industrial production Signals No Recession? $

There are a number of industries that can tie their direct business growth to the Industrial Production Index. Specifically, we can carve out the IPI for Manufacturing to find some…

Growth in Germany. $

Germans saw GDP growth of 0.7% in the first quarter (faster than at any time since 2014). This rate of growth exceeded most estimates and seems to be based on…

Import Prices Rise for Second Straight Month. $

Import Prices Rise for Second Straight Month.  $

The per barrel price of oil has risen by 70% since the start of the year and the US still imports about 30% of its needed crude. This has been…

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