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The Good, Bad And Ugly From November's Jobs Report


  • The Federal Reserve is tightening policy into a cyclical slowdown.
  • Employment population ratios increased (good).
  • Employment growth declined (bad).
  • Real income growth continues to decline through November (ugly).
  • The Federal Reserve is making a policy error.
  • This idea was discussed in more depth with members of my private investing community, EPB Macro Research. Learn More »

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics released their monthly Employment Situation update for the month of November, and the details confirmed the ongoing cyclical slowdown in the rate of economic growth.

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Eric Basmajian is an economic cycle analyst and the Founder of EPB Macro Research, an economics-based research firm focusing on inflection points in economic growth and the impact on asset prices.

Prior to EPB Macro Research, Eric worked on the buy-side of the financial sector as an analyst at Panorama Partners, a quantitative hedge fund specializing in equity derivatives. 

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