IN THIS ISSUE: 1. Weak Economic Growth to Continue 2. Consumer Confidence Remains in the Dumps 3. Unemployment Rate Continues to Disappoint 4. Fortunately, Not All the News Was Bad 5. 2010 Federal Budget Deficit Hits $1.3 Trillion 6. Don’t Forget the “Debt Commission” Introduction In...
IN THIS ISSUE: 1. The Economic Slowdown Continues 2. Confidence & Employment Remain in Retreat 3. Bernanke Announces Fed’s Latest Plan 4. Is Obama Planning a “September Surprise”? Introduction We will touch several bases this week, including the latest...
Forecasts & Trends
Gary D. Halbert
Filed under: Filed under: GDP, Consumer Confidence, Inflation, Deflation, Employment, Obama, compensation, Private Sector, stagflation, Economic Slowdown, existing home sales, Personal Income, unemployment, foreclosure
Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Your Daily Profit June 30, 2009 *****Boring! *****Home Prices *****Earnings Season Fellow Investor, Talk about boring. On Monday, around 10:30 AM , the S&P 500 rose above 924. By 12:30 PM , it rose to 927.99. Ignore the first hour of trading (when the S&P 500...