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Tweet of the Day
If the Fed is on “pause” with inflation this sticky at “full employment” — they know they broke something. — Lawrence McDonald (@Convertbond) June 2, 2023
I won't be back for the rest of the day. See you all in the morning.
The Week in Charts
From Charlie, here.
Boockvar: Supply Chains Ease, Prices Fall, But Demand Falters
The May ISM manufacturing index fell a touch to 46.9 from 47.1 and about as expected. It does mark the 7th straight month of manufacturing contraction. New orders fell down to 42.6, backlogs stand at just 37.5 and inventories dropped to 45.8. Custom...
Taking a Look at Macy's
* A possible sum of the parts story? * I am long small The former technical analyst at Morgan Stanley once noted that "there is no such thing as an intellectual bottom. There is only an emotional bottom." If that is the case, then Macy's may have m...
In response to my opener today, my pal Rich Bernstein sent me this.
Sir Arthur Holds Court
From Art Cashin: Many equity traders found that they could empathize with Churchill and the King as many of them were also reduced to spectators rather than participants. The low volume for an end of month trading session certainly indicates that. T...
Just Ask Bard!
Per the last post, It is NOT Different This Time, I asked Bard :) View Chart » View in New Window »
This Time is Not Different
This time is different? Not! PC order.com is on the cover as well. Those guys sure outflanked Dell, their AI must have worked as well as ChatGPT and they went the way of that lawyer. Oops! November 1998 issue... Source: Forbes magazine Text Sni...