Every time the stock market gets volatile, the media attention for a recession really picks up.  Just remember that the Stock Market hasn’t been as good of an indicator of upcoming recessions as other warning signs (i.e., yield curve inversions) but often garners a lot of media attention!


Trump’s big 2020 problem: The economy could be in recession

Washington Post
As the stock market kicked off the week with a hefty sell-off — 600 points down on the Dow Jones industrial average — President Trump immediately …

Why US CEOs Aren’t Worried About A Recession

Many investors, market strategists and economists are becoming increasingly pessimistic about the outlook for future economic growth, both in the …

Not terrified of a recession? These stocks hint you should be

Yahoo Finance
Sometimes in life it’s the smallest things that speak the loudest. Take theRussell 2000 (^RUT), the one-time darling among investors following the …

The recession is coming, the recession is coming! | Kazmierski

Reno Gazette Journal
The stock market is now off its highs by more than 5 percent, down 1,000 points and lower than where we started the year. With rising interest rates …

9 Reasons America Will Have a Recession in 2019

24/7 Wall St.
The last recession was nearly a decade ago and seems light years away based on the current economy. Consumer confidence is at an 18-year high.

Lockheed Martin Stock May Not Offer Adequate Shelter In Case Of Recession

Seeking Alpha
Looking back to the past few economic downturns, there is no evidence that military spending tends to fall in a global recession. This fact may …

10 years after the recession, Americans wake up to rising prices

Economic Times
After years of low, low prices, fed by near-zero interest rates in a convalescing economy, Americans are waking up to costlier consumer living.

Germany’s third-quarter economic downturn does not herald recession

Handelsblatt Global Edition
The German economy suffered its first downturn in three-and-a-half years as third-quarter GDP declined 0.2 percent. Economists were divided on just …