For Whom The Consumer Confidence Bell Tolls

The trend is your friend, but maybe not when it extends to meet a secular downtrend. That’s what the Consumer Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence (aka the ConCon Con) Index showed today. It shocked Street conomists, whose consensus guesstimate was a reading of 96. Instead it came in at 87. I see little value in this … Continue reading For Whom The Consumer Confidence Bell Tolls

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