Saturday, March 30, 2013

Two interesting graphs about the "recovery" we're supposedly experiencing

Over at the econo-tech blog Zero Hedge, Tyler Durbin has a series of interesting graphs that are problematic for those convinced we're experiencing an economic recovery here in the states.  His interesting conclusion:
For those claiming there is something called a "recovery" underway, perhaps they can point out just where on this chart of Real Disposable Income per capita one can find said recovery. Because we are confused: with the average Real Disposable Income of $32,663 per person, or lower than where it was in December 2006 ($32,729), one may be excused for scratching their head.
You can read the entire blog post here.