David Rice
Contributor since: 2015
Company: Econ P.I.
Latest Articles
Mid-October 'Real Time' Update: The Economy May Be Moving Into A Very Early Pre-Recessionary Stage
September's 'Real-Time' Economic Update: Majority Of Consumer-Based Indicators Have Negative Trends
Concerns About The Flattening Yield Curve Spread Are Premature; Key Economic Indicators Are Well Above Their Recession Thresholds
These Economic Indicators Weakened First Prior To The Last 3 Recessions
Getting A Quick And Reliable Read On June 2018 Economic Activity
Knowing When The Business Cycle Peaks May Be As Important As Knowing When The Yield Curve Inverts
When Does A Recession Accompany A Stock Market Correction, And When Does It Not?
This Is What The Economy Looked Like When The Yield Curve Spread Inverted Prior To The Last 2 Recessions
Don't Overreact To The Market Correction, 15 Of 19 Key Economic Indicators Are In Expansion Mode
There Have Been 4 Economic Mini-Cycles Since 2009, And The Stock Market Has Been Significantly Influenced By Each One
As Measured On The BaR Analysis Grid, The Economy Is At Its Highest Point Since The Last Recession
Economic Patterns - Part 3: A Different Road Leads To The 1990 Recession
Economic Patterns - Part 2: Road To The 2001 Recession
Economic Patterns, Part 1: Mapping The Road Traveled By The Economy Prior To 2007 Recession
Here's The Pattern The Economy Fell Into Before The 2007 And 2001 Recessions
Economic Snapshot: 19 Indicators Signaling What's Good, And Not So Good, In The Economy
A Macro View Of Corporate Profits And The Stock Market Offers Helpful Insights
The CNF 2 G Continues To Reliably Signals The General Stock Market Trend
Forget About Trump; Recent Economic Events May Give The Stock Market A Real Lift
The Price Relationship That Reliably Signals Stock Market Trends
More Economic Indicators Are Stalling, But No Recession Yet
If Things Were Normal, A Recession Would Be Near
Why The ISM Manufacturing Index Is Generally Misunderstood
Despite Wall Street's Woes, Most Economic Indicators Remain Favorable
Historical Data Shows There Is A One-Year Lag Between Fed Rate Increases And Stock Market Decreases
For Every 1% Increase In GDP, The S&P 500 Has Gained Nearly 7% - Is This Sustainable?
With No Recession Near, 5 Or More Years Of 2% GDP Growth Is A Real Possibility
Did You Miss The Importance Of This Amazingly Positive Economic Indicator?
Irrational Exuberance In Three Acts: A Shakespearean Comedy (Tragedy?)
How To Tell If A Recession Is Brewing...