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A research team argues It's not central banks, but rather global demographics, that will dictate interest rates.
Unfortunately, for trading we are stuck in a holding pattern waiting for more definitive news.
I "lost it," screaming that the Fed seemed clueless to what was really happening in the country.
A snap election won by Labour would send government spending through the roof.
Is a December rate hike now more or less likely?
You must follow the markets, not the pundits.
If the Fed is really done raising rates, then here is what it means; and how to play it.
There are a million reasons to sell, but only one reason to buy.
But it depends on your risk tolerance.
But we need more signs of stronger growth to withstand a hawkish Fed.

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