GDP and Productivity Growth in 2015 – NF free services adjustment

“Only round water rings dispelled and disappeared. Bubbles puffed like fire were quenched under the surface. And then it was quiet.”
– J.M.K. Walkow, Blazing Night, Blue Earth

Can a multi-trilion economy build free services bubbles?

Can a formula be established to measure the size of the free services bubble?

Does it feel like deflation?

Blazing Night Marsh

Yes, using a Naturalistic Fantasy (NF) growth formula:

2% productivity + 2.5% number of jobs – 2% free services  = 2.5% GDP

after the free services bubble increase and adjustment applied:

2% productivity + 2.5% number of jobs – 1% free services  = 3.5%  GDP


Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee meeting on December 16, 2015
Stocks Could Rise 10% in 2016, Morningstar, Knowledge@Wharton interview professor Jeremy Siegel
Trading Economics: US Nonfarm Labour Productivity, US GDP Annual Growth, US Employed Persons as of January 8, 2016
Blazing Scribbles, J.M.K. Walkow, ISBN 9780986656460
Blue Earth – The Body, J.M.K. Walkow, ISBN 9780986656446
Naturalistic Fantasy, J.M.K. Walkow, ISBN 9780986656422
Blazing Night, J.M.K. Walkow, ISBNs 9780986656415, 9780986656408


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