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Is the Economy Heading Into a Recession?

Elliott Wave Trader | Equities.com |

When was the last time the majority of economists correctly called for a recession?


The Yield Curve Just Inverted for the First Time in Years. Time to Reconsider Risk?

Frank Holmes | Equities.com |

​One of the most reliable indicators of an economic slowdown just flashed a warning sign this week.


Why Gen Z is Approaching Money Differently Than Other Generations

Visual Capitalist | Equities.com |

Gen Z saw their older friends take on massive amounts of debt, while struggling to secure stable jobs – and now they are learning from those mistakes.


Why the Yield Curve Inverts in One Simple Picture

Mish Shedlock | Equities.com |

The yield curve inverts when the Fed keeps hiking in the face of a slowdown.


U.S. Stocks Plunge on Concerns About Economy, Trade Talks with China

Japan Economic Newswire | Equities.com |

U.S. stocks sank on Tuesday over concerns about the future course of the country's economy and the prospect of U.S.-China trade negotiations.


Banks Lead Stocks Lower, Erasing Some of Prior Day's Gains

Associated Press | Equities.com |

U.S. stocks declined in early trading Tuesday, giving up many of the market's gains from a day earlier.


Fed to the Rescue

Adam Sarhan | Equities.com |

Since 2009, every time, stocks fell, the Fed would adopt a dovish stance and then stocks would rally. This time could be different but until that relationship ends, it should be respected.


Powell: US Economy and Banks Seem Sturdy but Face Some Risks

Associated Press | Equities.com |

Federal Chairman Jerome Powell says he's pleased with the state of the U.S. economy but cautions that some forms of corporate debt have reached risky levels.


​A Look at the Dow Construction Index

Harry Dent | Equities.com |

The Home Construction Index peaked in late January. Since then, it’s fallen 36% into late October.


The Fallacy of the Positive Impact from Falling Oil Prices

Lance Roberts | Equities.com |

While the argument that declines in energy and gasoline prices should lead to stronger consumption sounds logical, the data suggests that this is not the case.