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REALITY IS, WE ARE IN A BUBBLE AND IT IS ON THE BRINK OF BURSTING — SO ASK YOURSELF: ARE YOU PREPARED FOR THE LARGEST, MOST PAINFUL BUBBLE BURST THAT WE HAVE EVER SEEN? AND DO YOU KNOW HOW YOU CAN PROFIT FROM IT? The Sale of a Lifetime: How the Great Bubble Burst […] Read More
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the U.S. economy added 255,000 non-farm payrolls in July, beating market expectations of 185,000, and posting back-to-back 250,000+ monthly additions. The private sector added 217,000 workers. The unemployment rate stayed at 4.9%. July’s report is eerily similar to last month’s print. In both months, Dent Research found that […] Read More
The U.S. economy bounced back from the disastrous May print of 38,000 (and downward revision to 11,000) and beat market expectations by adding 287,000 jobs, the highest number since October 2015. The private sector hired 265,000. The unemployment rate rose to 4.9%. In this bounce-back month, Dent Research finds a roughly even split of jobs […] Read More
The U.S. economy created only 38,000 jobs in May, the lowest total in almost six years. The private sector hired only 25,000, and government entities added 11,000. Adding insult to injury, Dent Research found that within the private sector, the U.S. economy shed 10,000 jobs above the median pay level, and added 34,000 below the […] Read More
The U.S. economy disappointed market expectations by adding only 160,000 jobs, the lowest number since September 2015. The private sector hired 171,000, meaning government entities shed 11,000 workers. Although April was a clear slowdown in hiring, Dent Research finds that most of the job additions went to well-paying industries. In fact, nearly two-thirds of new […] Read More
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the economy added 215,000 nonfarm payrolls in March, beating market expectations. The private sector hired 195,000 workers. While the economy continues to add jobs at a steady clip, analysis by Dent Research uncovers more evidence of middle-earning workers getting pushed out of the labor market. The so-called “U-shaped” […] Read More