Robert Genetski

Robert Genetski, Ph.D., one of the nation’s leading economists and financial advisors, has spent more than 35 years promoting the use of classical economic and investment principles for sound financial decisions. He heads ClassicalPrinciples.
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Genetski: Contracting Manufacturing and Service Sectors

Contracting manufacturing and service sectors are consistent with a recession, and new orders for nonvolatile durable goods categories are unchanged. The Week That Was This week’s economic news points to weakness in November. S&P...

Economic News Remains Mixed, Downturn Likely on the Way

The economic news remains mixed. Sensitive indicators (leading indicators of economic movement) are weak, but coincident indicators (which tend to change along with the overall economy) point to a growing economy. Our...

Stocks Mount Strong Recovery As Labor Market Cools

U.S. stocks mount strong recovery amid slightly cooler labor market. Stocks are mounting a strong recovery from recent lows as the labor market cools and provides hope that the Fed will ease up...

Report: Further Productivity Decline, Lower Living Standards Likely for Next Two Years

At least two more years of economic productivity decline and lower living standards are likely without a major change in federal economic policy. The one sure thing the midterm elections indicate is Americans...

October Jobs Report Shows Economy Slowing, Recession on Way

Today's jobs report for October shows continued growth but at a slower pace than in previous months. The slowdown in job growth is in line with business surveys showing a similar slowing....

Genetski: Inflation Cools, but Economy Remains Hotter Than Fed Wants It to Be

Today's report on incomes and consumer spending was consistent with the third quarter GDP report. The good news is inflation has cooled to around 4 percent per year. However, both reports show...

Genetski: Decline in Housing and Stocks Points to Recession

Genetski: decline in housing and stocks points to a potentially large decline in business activity in coming months. The Week That Was There was little significant economic news. The October Homebuilders’ survey declined...

Retail Sales, Stocks, Housing Market All Down As Inflation Persists

Inflation persists, and today's retail sales report for September shows real retail sales down sharply in both the latest month and the past quarter. If accurate, it is the first sign of...

Economic Growth Signs Are Pressing Fed to Impose a Worse Recession

Today's labor report shows U.S. private-sector employment increased at a 3 percent annual rate. By most measures, the economy continues to grow. Unfortunately, this will encourage the Fed to continue its policy...

Economic Growth Signs Are Pressing Fed to Impose a Worse Recession

Today's labor report shows U.S. private-sector employment increased at a 3 percent annual rate. By most measures, the economy continues to grow. Unfortunately, this will encourage the Fed to continue its policy...

Robert Genetski

Robert Genetski, Ph.D., one of the nation’s leading economists and financial advisors, has spent more than 35 years promoting the use of classical economic and investment principles for sound financial decisions. He heads ClassicalPrinciples.

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