Fed notes improvements in economy.
The central bank tossed the market a well-spun curveball on Wednesday.
We're off the hook for a rate hike for now, but we'll still hear about it.
The central bank makes it easy with positive comments about the economy and no overt hawkishness.
Federal spending reveals what's going on.
Not much is expected at the FOMC meeting, but beware the quick-trigger Fed.
Lawsuits, taxes and labor disputes could keep it from going public longer than you think.
It's so easy!
It has to be presented as a consumption item, not necessarily an investment.
It's not about the money, it's about the assets.

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