April 10, 2015
With US stock markets soaring and social mood trending positively, 27% of Americans view the economy as excellent or good, according to the latest CNBC All-America Economic Survey. An April 7 CNBC article says the percentage of high optimism is the most it has been in eight years. The survey results are based on interviews with 800 Americans across the nation. Views on wage expectations and home values also are optimistic. The number of Americans expecting their home values and wages to go up reached post-recession highs in the first quarter.
Read this article to learn more about the Wave Principle’s influence on phases of social caution and ebullience.
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