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Ed Yardeni

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Ed Yardeni's Opinion & Analysis
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While the financial markets have started to worry about a reflation scenario, Fed officials continue to hope that inflation will rise in 2018 to hit their target of 2.0% for the core PCED rate. It...
The following is an excerpt from my new book, Predicting the Markets. It seems especially relevant after President Donald Trump raised tariffs on imports of solar panels and washing machines during...
The Tax Cut and Jobs Act’s (TCJA) cut in the corporate statutory tax rate at the end of 2017 will send earnings hurtling beyond the Earth’s gravitational pull this year into outer...
I spent the long President’s Day weekend with my family in Disney World. It was the first time that my four-year-old granddaughter Cecelia (a.k.a. “CeCe”) attended the theme park....
The latest and previous stock market corrections could be described as “tightening tantrums.” Investors fretted that the Fed would be raising interest rates faster than had been widely...
Whatever might be the short-term follow-up (or -down) on Friday’s and Monday’s drop, I remain bullish because the outlook for earnings remains very upbeat. Industry analysts have raised...
As the stock market continues to soar, it is attracting more money into stocks. That’s what usually happens during meltups. I think the market may be in the early stages of a meltup. I will...
Almost always ignored in discussions of corporate profits is proprietors’ income, which is included in personal income on a pretax basis. It is up 2.7% y/y and in record-high territory. A...
In the realm of economics, there are lots of theories. There are also lots of urban legends. Both are often propagated despite lots of facts that question their credibility. Daniel Patrick Moynihan,...
We live in happy times. How can that be given all the unhappy events in DC these days? Apparently, we are all tuning out the political static and focusing on what matters most: jobs. While our...