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When reviewing some Year-end Commentary about market insights from Dr. David Kelly, Chief Market Strategist for J.P. Morgan Funds, I think he brings up some valid points about the likelihood regarding some expansion within the U.S. economy.
He brings up three salient points:
1. Although consumer confidence is still relatively low, the “wait-and-see” attitudes in the cyclical sectors (autos, homes, business equipment and inventory growth) are generating a “pent-up” demand. Once this part of the economy is unleashed, we can probably expect a boost in these sectors. Colorado Springs Realtors with Selley Group Real Estate, LLC are already seeing some leakage from this “pent-up” offering.
2. The Federal Reserve is very committed to fiscal and monetary stimulus, as evidenced with maintaining low short-term interest rates, and as recently as this past weekend, as an additional 1.1 trillion dollar spending bill was passed in the Senate to ignite further recovery.
3. Kelly writes, “we believe the economy is finally on the verge of producing some jobs.” Thus there would be a transformation from “jobs-lag” recovery into a “jobs-producing” expansion.
As a Colorado Springs Realtor who participates fully in the Colorado Springs Real Estate market, these perspectives on the probable and the possible about our economy give a glimmer of hope against the fears of fiscal change from 2009.