United States GDP seems to indicate a good sign for the economy. For the Q3, they revised estimations of the GDP from +3.7% year growth predicted at Q2, to +3.9% predicted at Q3. It rose of 0.2 pts, basically. Premilinary purchasing managers' index for the services sector got 55.6 in September, compared to 56.1 in August. Above 50 it means expansion, meanwhile below 50 means contraction. Despite that, many economists still keep thinking that the economic growth of US will slow down anyway, despite these numbers. University of Michigan's reading on customer sentiment got down from 91.6 in august to 87.2, but it is still told it is higher than expecations. I still wonder why so many people still feels like the US is not in that good shape today, given it feels like growing. I can't say it will continue to grow forever, but I would say it is on a good path. What's your opinion?