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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Low Interest Rates, Economic Growth Likely to Continue

Government monetary policy has a powerful effect on the economy, but there is a time lag between changes in the money supply and their full effects, and it is difficult to get...

U.S. Retail Sales Rise Rapidly Without New Government Stimulus

Today's national retail sales report shows an explosive rise in September. This reinforces the case that the economy is in a strong recovery. There is no reason for another massive economic stimulus program. Progress...

Recovery Continues, Economy Should Be Back to Peak in Fourth Quarter

The rapid recovery from the lockdown continues. Economic reports from September indicate the economy has rebounded to 97 percent of its peak reached this past February. The surge in new orders for...

Economy Continues Healthy Growth Despite Some Lagging Indicators

Although some of the recent economic news shows signs the growth of the U.S. economy might be slowing, most of the indicators point to the overall economy increasing at a healthy pace. Yesterday’s...

U.S. Economy Continues to Improve

For the most part, news on both the economy and on the virus continues to move in the right direction. Today’s report on new orders for durable goods in the United States shows...

Housing, Stocks Lead Continuing Economic Recovery

Stocks continue to consolidate and the housing market is very strong as business activity continues recovery from governments' COVID lockdowns. Both the employment data and the Fed’s latest estimate of manufacturing activity indicate...

U.S. Consumer Prices Continue Rebound

This week’s inflation numbers provided the only economic news. Consumer prices in August continued to rebound, rising at a 4 percent rate for the third consecutive month. The year-over-year increases are still...

Employment, Economy Continue to Improve, Though Inflation Looms

The job market is back to 92 percent of its peak level of February. In contrast, the recovery has brought total output for August back to 97 percent of what it was at its peak in February.

Economic Recovery Continues Despite Lagging Job Growth

Most economic numbers this week continue to point to a rapid recovery in the overall economy. This is occuring even as the recovery in the job market lags the rest of the economy.

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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Low Interest Rates, Economic Growth Likely to Continue

Government monetary policy has a powerful effect on the economy, but there is a time lag between changes in the money supply and their...

U.S. Retail Sales Rise Rapidly Without New Government Stimulus

Today's national retail sales report shows an explosive rise in September. This reinforces the case that the economy is in a strong recovery. There is...

Recovery Continues, Economy Should Be Back to Peak in Fourth Quarter

The rapid recovery from the lockdown continues. Economic reports from September indicate the economy has rebounded to 97 percent of its peak reached this...

Economy Continues Healthy Growth Despite Some Lagging Indicators

Although some of the recent economic news shows signs the growth of the U.S. economy might be slowing, most of the indicators point to...

U.S. Economy Continues to Improve

For the most part, news on both the economy and on the virus continues to move in the right direction. Today’s report on new orders...

Housing, Stocks Lead Continuing Economic Recovery

Stocks continue to consolidate and the housing market is very strong as business activity continues recovery from governments' COVID lockdowns. Both the employment data and...

U.S. Consumer Prices Continue Rebound

This week’s inflation numbers provided the only economic news. Consumer prices in August continued to rebound, rising at a 4 percent rate for the...

Employment, Economy Continue to Improve, Though Inflation Looms

The job market is back to 92 percent of its peak level of February. In contrast, the recovery has brought total output for August back to 97 percent of what it was at its peak in February.

Economic Recovery Continues Despite Lagging Job Growth

Most economic numbers this week continue to point to a rapid recovery in the overall economy. This is occuring even as the recovery in the job market lags the rest of the economy.