Edward Yardeni

Jan 8, 2019
A global shortage of workers should stimulate more labor-saving and labor-replacing technological innovations. The result should be faster productivity growth. That should give a lift to real wages that should offset some of the slowdown in employment growth attributable to labor shortages.

Dec 26, 2018
I still don’t expect a recession in 2019, but slower economic growth and possibly even lower inflation should dissuade the Fed from hiking rates in 2019.

Nov 28, 2018
Are there really bombs in the debt markets?

Nov 21, 2018
I believe a rebound in inflation is the biggest risk the U.S. economy and financial markets.

Nov 15, 2018
The volatility has mostly been attributable to the tug of war between President Trump’s bullish and bearish policies. On the bullish side are deregulation and tax cuts. On the bearish side are widening federal deficits and an escalating trade war with China.

Oct 17, 2018
?I’ve said it before: There has never been a President with policies so simultaneously bullish and bearish as Donald Trump! He is stepping on the economy’s accelerator and brakes at the same time.

Sep 14, 2018
The S&P 500 Health Care sector might have started 2018 looking sickly, but it’s entering the homestretch as one of the top-performing sectors.

Sep 5, 2018
The problem with the term “meltup” is that it suggests the runup in stock prices is speculative, thus raising the odds of a meltdown. However, it’s important to note that the meltup in stocks may be more sustainable because it is based on a meltup in earnings.

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