In investing, there are ways to know, and I know.
There is no decisive way to determine how long an economic cycle should be.
As the central bank's GPS goes on the fritz, members want to know who's driving.
They haven't so far, as this is the ninth straight month of 2%-and-over core inflation.
The facts need to prove a hike by the Fed is necessary.
It's simply a matter of adjusting the ingredients.
Technology has radically redefined productivity, but econometrics fail to account for this shift.
If the last 3 poor GDP reports don't do it, today's sales data might.
Small biotech tanked on weak earnings, but still seems promising.
Good news for lenders if households take on more debt.

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