Very few investors caught on to it, but a few weeks ago the Fed made its single largest announcement in eight years. First let me provide some context. For eight years now, the Fed has propped up
The credit cycle is turning for the worse. Delinquency rates are creeping up in the consumer loan and commercial/industrial loan space. This is a clear signal that both the consumer and the
Remember the 2007 Bubble? Remember how everyone said that it really wasn’t that big of a bubble because stocks weren’t as expensive as they had been during the previous bubble (the Tech Bubble).
The Fed keeps ringing bells to signal the top, but the markets aren’t listening. Janet Yellen is set to present the Fed’s Monetary Report to Congress this week. Her remarks have already been
Stocks are now in very serious trouble. The S&P 500 has fallen to test its “election rally” trendline. If the market breaks down here, there’s essentially one giant “air pocket” down to 2,200
Yesterday, the Fed made the single largest announcement of the last 10 years. The media didn’t catch it. Nor did the markets. The reason? Everyone is so busy focusing on whether or not the Fed
As we noted yesterday, the world’s Central Banks have begun sending signals that the price of money in the financial system (bond yields) is going to be rising. Why is this a big deal? Because