Wednesday, November 23, 2022

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Much of today's economic data is unreliable. Statisticians employ well-documented techniques such as geometric smoothing, seasonal adjustments, substitution, double counting, and hedonic adjustments as far back as the 1980s. The public accepts mainstream economic narratives, and assumes that politicians and central bankers control them. Administrations as far back as the 1980s have utilized heavily modified and revised economic data for political gain.

Experienced teaches us that data can be whatever it wants to be in the short term. Statistical techniques, tricks to change numbers that get revised by future revisions, help shape public policies.

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The Economy & Stock (E&S) Report, a series of videos, discusses trends, cycles, and intermarket flows for the economy, stocks, and more. The report published and updated on 11/23/22.

The majority's ability to time stocks (any market) can only be described as Little Mac trying to withstand a flurry of upper cuts in Mike Tyson's punch out. The exchange often ends badly for those that do not understand the game. The game known as reading the invisible hand, the collective consciousness of the world, defines the minority. The minority survives, while the majority becomes the bag holder.

Today's update extends the discussion about the belief that a Fed pivot would be bullish for stocks. Would a Fed pivot be bullish for stocks Part 2?

Please watch the full update on the Reports Page.

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