For the first time since the recovery from Great Recession, the Unemployment Rate has crossed above the 12-month moving average. A rise above the 36-month moving average has a strong history of signaling recession $SPY
Top companies change every decade in a capitalistic society thanks to free market, new innovations, products and services.
Companies that dominated the list in one decade may become either obsolete (because did not re-invent the business model or adapt to emerging trends) and went bankrupt or become a smaller player.
The latest key economic indicators in the U.S shows both economy and the labor market looking healthy as we enter into 2019. The GDP growth however is expected to oscillate between 2 and 3 percent. U.S Federal Reserve (Fed) is not worried much about inflation or deflation. This seems like the ideal Goldilocks economy one would dream to see. Even though the U.S president and his economic advisors have been promising a growth of 4 percent this year. It is possible the U.S growth (and Global growth) could accelerate and create a bubble in the markets.