Could 2018 See 3.9% Unemployment for the First Time Since 1960’s? The above link is a data set from the BLS for post World War II unemployment rates, and with the US economy currently sitting at 4.1% unemployment the night before the December ’17 non-farm payroll and unemployment data are … Continued

The Bond Market is the Risk in 2018

Supposedly, the old-school Sicilian Mafia have an old saying, “the snake lays coiled in Napoli” which supposedly means that in older Italy, when the Mafioso ran the country and the Mafia power centers were split between Sicily and Naples, the … Continued

Looking at the SP 500’s Valuation

A better title for tonight’s post might be “What is the True Growth Rate of Q1 ’15 SP 500 Earnings ?” since so many look the SP 500’s p.e ratio and draw conclusions from that metric. I asked Greg Harrison, … Continued