Capital has been so cheap for so long that Fed action is less effective at stimulating lending.
It's good for stocks, but bad for (most) people.
The polemicists have seized the mike and buried the man. 

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Amazon.com is taking a rest after two strong up days.
How a dip in household formation affects women's buying power.
It won't be too quick to unload, and when it does sell, it won't crush the bond market.

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LinkedIn is building a tight lower-level range and could catch other tech stocks.

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Apple closes on highs, signaling potential upside follow-through.

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MGM Resorts breaks out of the "h" pattern to the downside triggering our short entry.
Contrary to my expectations, federal net fiscal injections for May are down significantly.

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