Why economists say 2016 will be America's best year in a decade....

For those of you that have high hopes for 2016, you might like read in this article that the health of the housing,  labor and automotive markets all point to a stronger 2016. 

Forecasters at Michigan's Research Center in Quantitative Economics said on Thursday that they expect real gross domestic product to grow 2.6 percent next year and 2.9 percent in 2017. That wouldn't be white-hot growth by any means, but it would be the strongest since 2006, when the economy grew 2.7 percent. And it would come with some very happy numbers for workers, the forecasters predict, including an unemployment rate that falls below 5 percent next year and to 4.6 percent in 2017.

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