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Edward Harrisson on Biz Cycle coming to its end

In the video below, Edward Harrison of Boom/Bust says some important things. Watch after 25:30 minute point. the unemployment rate is not a leading indicator for a recession. Unemployment can start to tick up as a recession is starting. watch non-farm payrolls. the Biz cycle is coming to its end. So many well known economists […]
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