by Jeff Miller
GEI welcomes a new regular contributor, Jeff Miller, who will write on investment analysis and economics matters. Read Jeff's bio at the end of this article.
There are a number of significant changes for investors’ to put on their “watch list” for the coming week. Here is the short list:
by John Lounsbury and Steven Hansen
Sometimes the obvious is not obvious. A sector can have a poor growth outlook, but still have a potential for earnings growth - and by default a rising stock price.
In Econintersect's analysis of new residential construction data (see analysis here), residential construction remains at historical lows. The data chart for residential completions proves this point.
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