Written by Lance Roberts, Clarity FinancialCaution Advised
While the analysis above was a longer-term outlook of the market, I wanted to touch on the short-term outlook as we head into next week.
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Both Keynes' and Hayek's shared the belief that there existed a need to revisit the economic discourse that began in the thirties and involved their respective analyses of growth and the business cycle. This paper looks at these topics and discovers some of the deep methodological, cultural, substantive, and ideological roots of the chasm that existed between Keynes and Hayek. The reasons for the chasm are understood with the aid of Concordian economics, a framework of analysis through which prism both Keynesian and Austrian economists might finally have a serious conversation with one another.
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Written by Joe Bongiovanni, Director, The Kettle Pond Institute for Debt-Free Money
Yes, that's $TRILLION and recognize it might be double that amount.
by Lance Roberts, Clarity Financial
This week's report is going to deviate a little from the norm as I am just going to focus on the technical impact from the Brexit vote on Thursday, and the subsequent fallout on Friday.
24Jun2016 Market Close: Markets Crash After Brexit, DOW Down 611 Points, Crude Looking To Fall Furth
24Jun2016 Market Update: DOW Down Nearly 3%, Global Stocks Reeling From Brexit And Gold Prices Skyro
ECRI's WLI Growth Index which forecasts economic growth six months forward was unchanged and remains in positive territory for the thirteenth week - after spending the previous 34 consecutive weeks in negative territory.