Monday, June 26, 2017

US Economy Heading Towards Contraction

The U.S. economy, a complex system that's highly dependent on the global economy, continues to stumble stumbled in 2017. The Chicago Fed National Activity Index and, more importantly, the Economic Activity Composite (located in the Matrix) confirm the economic slowdown. Falling consumer confidence and spending is contribution to the slowdown that mainstream media appears unable to recognize, again.   Resumption of the global economic contraction in the second half of 2017 could support numerous cycle inversions that not only leave investors on the wrong side of the trend but also holding the bag when they panic to catch up.

Headline: Chicago Fed National Activity Index (CFNAI)

The Chicago Fed National Activity Index (CFNAI) was –0.26 in May, down from +0.57 in April.



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