Recession Probability (RPA) Update – October 2014

Tuesday, September 30 2014 | 2 Comments

Each month I calculate the strength of the US economy using a math based model I call RPA (Recession Probability Analytics). When the number rises above 50 it means the US economy is in the bottom 50% of all economic conditions relative to its history. While far from perfect, the model has had an uncanny…

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Recession Probability (RPA) – September 2014

Tuesday, August 26 2014 | Leave a comment

Each month I calculate the strength of the US economy using a math based model I call RPA (Recession Probability Analytics). When the number rises above 50 it means the US economy is in the bottom 50% of all economic conditions relative to its history. While far from perfect, the model has had an uncanny…

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Recession Probability (RPA) Update – May 2014

Thursday, May 22 2014 | 2 Comments

Each month I calculate the strength of the US economy using a math based model I call RPA (Recession Probability Analytics). When the number rises above 50 it means the US economy is in the bottom 50% of all economic conditions relative to its history. While far from perfect, the model has had an uncanny…

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Recession Probability (RPA) Update – February 2014

Sunday, March 16 2014 | Leave a comment

Each month I calculate the strength of the US economy using a math based model I call RPA (Recession Probability Analytics). When the number rises above 50 it means the US economy is in the bottom 50% of all economic conditions relative to its history. While far from perfect, the model has had an uncanny…

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Recession Probability Update (RPA) – Delayed due to Gov’t Shutdown

Friday, November 1 2013 | Leave a comment

I’ve had a few people ask why my monthly feature on Recession Risk wasn’t online last week.  Short answer – it’s the Governments fault!! Really, it is. See, some of the data used in my recession risk model actually comes from Government data. When the Government shut down happened a couple weeks ago this data…

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Recession Probability Update (RPA) – April 2013

Friday, March 29 2013 | Leave a comment

Each month I calculate the strength of the US economy using a math based model I call RPA (Recession Probability Analytics). When the number rises above 50 it means the US economy is in the bottom 50% of all economic conditions relative to it history. While far from perfect, the model has had an uncanny…

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Recession Probability Update – October 2012

Wednesday, September 26 2012 | Leave a comment

Each month I calculate the strength of the US economy using a math based model I call RPA (Recession Probability Analytics). When the number rises above 50 it means the US economy is in the bottom 50% of all economic conditions relative to it history. While far from perfect, the model has had an uncanny…

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Recession Probability Update – June 2012

Sunday, May 20 2012 | Leave a comment

Each month I calculate the strength of the US economy using a math based model I call RPA (Recession Probability Analytics). When the number rises above 50 it means the US economy is in the bottom 50% of all economic conditions relative to it history. While far from perfect, the model has had an uncanny…

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Recession Probability Update – April 2012

Wednesday, March 21 2012 | Leave a comment

Each month I calculate the strength of the US economy using a math based model I call RPA (Recession Probability Analytics). When the number rises above 50 it means the US economy is in the bottom 50% of all economic conditions relative to it history. While far from perfect, the model has had an uncanny…

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Recession Probability Update – September 2011

Friday, August 26 2011| 1 Comment

Greetings, Each month we measure the strength of the US Economy via our  Recession Probability Analytics (RPA).  RPA ranks the economy on a scale  of 1 to 100 with 1 being the best and 100 being the worst possible  economic conditions. We feel this takes the guesswork out of how strong or weak the  markets…

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