Mike Norman is currency trader and economist who is a proponent of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT). He writes a blog at www.mikenormaneconomics.blogspot.com.

U.S. GDP looks weak, but the worst is over. 
And you can outperform them, too, though it's up to you to listen and do the right thing and not sabotage yourself.
Pullbacks on hawkish Federal Reserve remarks should be temporary.
The rate of federal spending is down, which could hurt the market.
Too bad the Fed has decided to go on the sidelines. 
But does Congress know how to respond in dealing with 9/11 bill?
All this time I've been bullish because fiscal flows told me to be.
Government spending flows can tell us a lot.
Our economic woes stem from policy choices that we can change.
My "fade the pessimist calls" advice was right.

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