Still, the probability of a rate hike today is sitting just at 15%.
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A prevalent strategy appears to be 'shoot first and ask questions later.'
That's what the numbers say, but activity should rebound in September (fingers crossed).
But most people don't realize a rate hike would be a money drop.
The issue isn't whether there's a rate hike, the issue is the Fed's credibility.
The issue isn't whether there's a rate hike, the issue is the Fed's credibility.
The Fed talking heads have introduced unnecessary volatility to the markets.
A rate hike will be bullish and somewhat inflationary, but a good reason to buy.
No single European bank has managed what the U.S. bank has achieved.

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