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Skousen CAFE: Away We Go: Trump Tax Cuts Unleash an Investment Boom in America

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Away We Go: Trump Tax Cuts Unleash an Investment Boom in America

By Mark Skousen
Editor, Forecasts & Strategies


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Now we know why the stock market took off in 2017.

Today, the federal government released a HUGE number for fourth-quarter 2017 gross output (GO), which I regard as the top line in national income accounting to measure spending at all stages of production. The latest GO data show that the U.S. economy is booming, especially in business spending, probably due to the new business tax cuts and deregulatory environment under the Trump administration.

GO in second- and third-quarter 2017 grew slower than gross domestic product (GDP), suggesting a sluggish economy, but that all changed with the just-released fourth-quarter 2017 GO statistics. Adjusted GO grew an incredible 5.6% in real terms during the fourth quarter to mark the fastest rate since the 2008-09 Great Recession.

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Total spending in the economy (GO) is now almost $43 trillion.  

Meanwhile, real GDP for the fourth quarter was up a tepid 2.9% and failed to take into account this new growth in the supply chain. Remember, GDP measures the value of final or finished goods and services only and leaves out all the business-to-business (B2B) spending along the supply chain. 

Thus, GDP is a flawed measure of the economy, overvaluing consumption at the expense of business investment. B2B spending actually rose almost 9% in real terms in the fourth quarter, three times faster than the third quarter. That’s a record. 

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Using GO data, we see that consumer spending is not two-thirds of the economy, as is often claimed, but only about one-third. Over 60% of the economy (GO) is business spending. Business is the key indicator to monitor. Consumer spending is largely the effect, not the cause, of prosperity (known as Say’s Law).

In short, the supply side of the economy (the production side) is on fire. This should be good news for the stock market and the chances of a second tax cut, perhaps on capital gains, before the November elections.

It will be interesting to see if this trend continues into 2018. GO, especially B2B spending, is a strong leading economic indicator, and is now predicting higher GDP growth.

Unfortunately, GO data comes out after GDP data, and we won’t have first-quarter 2018 GO figures until July 20, right after FreedomFest. The good news is that BEA director Brian Moyer indicates that the government will start releasing GO at the same time as GDP by 2019. Stay tuned!

To read my full press release on GO and GO by Industry, go to

Yours for peace, prosperity and liberty, AEIOU,

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Financial Media Misses the Mark on What Drives the Economy
By Mark Skousen
Editor, Forecasts & Strategies

“Consumer spending, which accounts for two-thirds of economic activity, drives the economy.” But is it true?

In the past month, I’ve seen similar quotes in Reuters, Associated Press, the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. Even though “consumer spending drives the economy” is a myth, like a virus it keeps coming back. 

The problem is that the media use gross domestic product (GDP) data to measure the entire economy, when, in fact, GDP measures finished, or final, goods only, and completely ignores the value of the supply chain -- which is bigger than GDP itself.

The latest government data show that the economy grew at a tepid 2.9% rate in the fourth quarter of 2017. But GDP failed to take into account what happened behind the scenes in the booming supply chain in the fourth quarter. 

By focusing solely on final spending and the end of the economic chain, GDP can sometimes be a misleading indicator of economic performance. Gross Output (GO) is a much better, more comprehensive view of total economic activity along the entire supply chain. After two quarters of lagging behind GDP, GO is again growing at a dramatically faster rate and shows a strong positive outlook for the economy in 2018.

The media should be using GO to measure total economic activity. Using GO, consumer spending is less than a third of total economic activity, while business spending represents over 60% of the economy. 

The government is also to blame. The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) buries the GO data -- you can’t find it on the front page of its website, You have to locate it under “GDP by Industry.” I hope that will change soon, since GDP now is defined in terms of GO. 

Business decision-making is what drives the economy and is the catalyst for inventions and innovative economic disruptions. Consumer spending is the effect, not the cause, of prosperity (known as Say’s law).

For more information, go to

Good Investing, AEIOU,

Mark Skousen

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About Mark Skousen, Ph.D.:

Mark Skousen is an investment advisor, professional economist, university professor, author of more than 20 books, and founder of the annual FreedomFest conference. For the past 35+ years, Dr. Skousen has been investment director of the award-winning newsletter, Forecasts & Strategies. He also serves as investment director of four trading services: TNT Trader, Five Star Trader, High-Income Alert, and Fast Money Alert.
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