April 2011 Economic Outlook

In The April Economic Newsletter You Will Learn:

The U.S. Economy is Seeing Some Recovery. We have seen some positive corporate earnings reports, a drop in the unemployment rate, expanding manufacturing numbers and more mergers. However, even taken together these economic improvements give the U.S. little room for error and missteps can come from any direction at any time.

Payrolls, Politics and the People. Corporations are slow to put their earnings into hiring, politicians are cutting government payrolls and under-employed consumers are waiting to see where their next dollar is
coming from before they spend the dollar they have.

The U.S. Real Estate Market is Still Struggling. After a short respite in foreclosure filings, we are again anticipating more mortgage defaults. This increase in cheap inventory will further depress housing prices,
slow new construction and keep buyers on the sidelines until the dust settles at the bottom.

Japan’s Catastrophe Spreads Around the World. I’m not talking about radiation. I’m talking about interrupted supply lines. Just when manufacturing numbers are improving, Japan’s disrupted exports will force industries
around the world, especially the technology industry, to adjust production output downward and production costs upward.

No “sure thing” in sectors. Choosing the best sectors to invest in is only part of the solution in the current geopolitical climate. Even in booming sectors like commodities, agriculture, energy and technology wild cards that could tumble even the most promising trends.

Inside This Issue:
Economy Report Las Vegas Real Estate Club
PAGE 2: Good news, bad news and wild cards in the wings
PAGE 3: Negative Indicators that Reflect a Sluggish Recovery
PAGE 4: Important factors that will impa ct the market in a major way.
And Much More…

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