Stocks rallied during the first half of 2014 even as the economy contracted and employment struggled. The selling could start just as things get better for real.
Stocks rally after the Fed tells investors what they want to hear.
Last week’s selloff is just one small step toward a 10% correction.
According to a recent poll, most CFA Institute members expect the Fed to continue or increase QE.
Just got back from Texas, where taxes are low and the speed limit is high.
The Fed blew a layup. Now it looks dazed and confused.
Did the White House pressure Summers to withdraw? Futures contracts surge on the expectation that Yellen will be next Chair.
As President Obama likes to say, “Make no mistake.”
Obama praises Bernanke, but signals it’s time to go.
Interest rates rise in anticipation of the Great Tapering. But quantitative easing will continue for some time, pushing rates lower again before they go higher.