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Economics That Goes Bump in the Night
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Remember the good old days when all you had to worry about was the monster under the bed? Today we are all grown up and know that these were only figments of our imagination. Today we have real monsters and they tend to come at us via the financial press or CNBC. When is the next recession and will we be living in a dumpster by the end of the year? Christopher Kuehl, Ph.D., noted economist, commentator, humorist, and chief editor for the Business Intelligence Briefs shares his thoughts on what should be keeping you up at night – next year.

If you are the type that hates to know what might be lurking around the corner at any given moment you should probably stop reading at this point. If you are the kind of person that has a supply of food and water in the basement and carries a little flashlight on your key chain you can keep reading as I share five of the most likely economic issues to cause you sleepless nights in the next few years. Not that knowing this will make you any less likely to be affected but at least you can tell your friends “I saw this coming”.

  1. Inflation Rears its Ugly Head
  2. The Next Recession
  3. World Convergence in a Negative Sense
  4. Nobody Left to Work
  5. Worst Politics Ever?

Want to better understand what’s behind Chris’s top five? Read his full paper download here and let us know what you think.

Chris Kuehl is the co-founder and Managing Director of Armada Corporate Intelligence, created in 1999 to provide strategy foundation, competitive intelligence, business analysis and economic forecasting for corporate clients. Armada’s clients include YRC Worldwide, TranSystems, Spencer Fane Britt and Browne, KPMG, Hallmark International, Weitz Industrial among others. Chris is the Chief Economist for Fabricators and Manufacturers Association. This includes writing Fabrinomics and serving as a keynote speaker for their conferences and meetings through the year. He always welcomes the opportunity to inflict economics on the unsuspecting. You can contact Chris at chris.kuehl@armadaci.com or read more of his insights at www.armada-intel.com.

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