Recession Probability Update (RPA) – September 2013

Thursday, August 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 its history. While far from perfect, the model has had an uncanny…

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Recession Probability (RPA) – August 2013

Monday, July 29 2013 | 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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363 words.

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Recession Probability (RPA) Update – July 2013

Friday, June 28 2013 | 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 – June 2013

Monday, May 20 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 (RPA) – May 2013

Sunday, April 21 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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362 words.

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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 (RPA) Update – March 2013

Tuesday, March 5 2013 | Leave a comment

Nothing like reporting old news!!!  For some reason this post didn’t get published last month as it was supposed to.  Technology/User error I guess ;).  Either way, here was last months RPA update (along with some old news about the sequester). —– Each month I calculate the strength of the US economy using a math…

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Recession Probability (RPA) Update – February 2013

Thursday, January 24 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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363 words.

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Recession Probability (RPA) Update – January 2013

Wednesday, December 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 – November 2012

Friday, October 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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269 words.

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