From the previous post where I showed that Net exports also reflect the effective demand limit, I received some email questions. I was planning on posting an explanation, but now I will just post my quick reponses to the email questions.

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Effective Demand = $17.424 trillion

Real GDP = $17.157 trillion

Productive Capacity is rising to next business cycle = $23.558 trillion

UT index is falling= +1.1%

Effective demand limit = 73.9%

TFUR = 72.8%

ED Fed rate rule (down from a peak of 3.8% in 2014) = 2.2%

Estimated Natural Real Interest rate = 2.2%

Short-term real interest rate (fallen from 2.8% peak in 2014) = -1.7%

There is no recession for 3rdQ-2017. Chance of recession is growing as economy heads toward 2nd effective demand limit in this business cycle. I am forecasting economic contraction in 2018.

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