U.S. drilling plunge

Got a Minute? Get an Economic Edge (Crude Oil)

Today we share a series of charts on crude oil.  You will see “WTI” referenced in these charts. WTI refers to oil extracted from wells in the U.S. and sent via pipeline to Cushing, Oklahoma. The fact that supplies are land-locked is one of the drawbacks to West Texas crude
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GDP growth potential

Got a Minute? Get an Economic Edge (GDP)

Today we share a series of charts on GDP growth potential, which is a function of two independent variables: growth in the labor force and productivity gains Reminder: These charts come to us compliments of independent economist Fritz Meyer, a seasoned economic and markets analyst who
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Inflation by expenditure category

Got a Minute? Get an Economic Edge (Inflation)

Today we share a series of charts on (1) inflation by category and (2) CPI (consumer price index) – headline and core. Reminder: These charts come to us compliments of independent economist Fritz Meyer, a seasoned economic and markets analyst whose insights appear regularly on CNBC, B
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Top marginal tax rates and GDP growth

Got a Minute? Get an Economic Edge (Taxes)

Today we share a series of charts on tax rates and GDP growth as well as tax revenue by source. Reminder: These charts come to us compliments of independent economist Fritz Meyer, a seasoned economic and markets analyst whose insights appear regularly on CNBC, Bloomberg TV and the Fox
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jobs summary

Got a Minute? Get an Economic Edge (Jobs)

Today we share a series of charts on jobs and wages in our economy. Reminder: These charts come to us compliments of independent economist Fritz Meyer, a seasoned economic and markets analyst whose insights appear regularly on CNBC, Bloomberg TV and the Fox Business Network. Clicking
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U.S. index of leading economic indicators

Got a Minute? Get an Economic Edge (Leading Economic Indicators)

Pre- and post-election, people have been asking us for our take on President-elect Trump’s economic and tax policies. As his positions become actions in 2017, we at SageBroadview will continue to evaluate them and incorporate what we learn into our personalized advice. Come what may,
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