Media Appearance: Kudlow & Company (12/07/05)
A quick heads up:
Big show on Kudlow & Company tonite, from 5:00 to 5:30 pm. Its for three or so segments of the show, and we will be discussing why this is hardly a Goldilocks Economy, and the issue of Headlines versus Underlying Data.
I'm told this will be a free wheeling debate on the state of the economy: Inflation, GDP, Retail Sales, Bankruptcy, Real Estate, Savings Rates, Yield Curve, Account Balances, etc.
I guess I'm there as the realist/Bear;
I don't know who will be channeling the ghost of Spiro Agnew will be Brian Wesbury . . . Noah Blackstein of Dynamic funds will be the Neutral rabid Bull.
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Wesbury is a NW alum who lives in IL?
How about asking Wesbury how he explains trends in median household income in the state of Illinois (down around $6,000 in real terms during the last 5-6 years). This would be interesting to me. Are households voluntarily making less money? Or is it somethign else? What is it?
Thank you for considering this.
Posted by: nate | Dec 7, 2005 4:30:50 PM
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