The Fed doesn't know enough about the way things are.
First-quarter GDP is now likely to be negative.
There's so much that has to go right to get to a bottom in stocks
Unemployment edged down to 4.9% in January, with retailers leading the pack of job creators.
We finally had a moment of true fear that was met with significant buying.
One casual restaurant company now has $3 happy hour deals in Texas.
Give you a hint: It starts with an 'R'.
Good news just doesn't matter because the overall market wants to go down.
Oil prices have spent time in both negative and positive territory in early market trading today. 
The services sector of the economy is crucial. And it's doing just fine.

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$185.80 Exhausted and a long weekend. Column up shortly Sold some IWM as well.
Rally showing some legs as we approached mid-day. Consumer doesn't look like recession is coming. Retail sal...


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