The Fed's Goal Posts Keep Getting Moved Further and Further Back

The Fed is convinced that endless money printing has no negative consequences.

What the 'Messy' August Jobs Report Means for Investors and the Fed

This payroll result should be a reminder that just because there aren't a lot of new legal restrictions doesn't mean consumers won't change behavior.

With 'Stagflation Lite' on the Horizon, I'm Waltzing Into 2 Cheap Stocks

Despite my pessimism on the market, when the music is playing you have to dance.

Jobs Day Jolt, So-So Thursday, Manchin Is the Man, DocuSign Language

Plus, Morgan Stanley sharply lowers its third-quarter GDP expectations and Dr. Fauci provides little COVID comfort.

Dismiss the Impact of Rising Inflation and COVID Cases at Your Own Risk

The overall market seems to be mispricing the threats of rapidly increasing prices and the fast-spreading Delta variant.

Here Is What to Watch as We Enter the Month of September

The primary issue with seasonality is that it can be a good excuse for corrective action in the right environment.

Softbank, Naspers Switch Focus from China to India

The largest tech investors in Asia and Africa are scouring India for prospects after souring on China.

Inflation Is All Around Us, but for How Long?

That's the challenge for the Fed as it tries to determine the timing of tighter policy.

Is the Fed Ever Going to Taper? Can They?

For now, it remains a guessing game. So until then, enjoy the free ride.

A Senseless Sad Day, Fed Taper Talk, COVID and Kids, To Vax or Not to Vax

Plus, a look at Dollar General and Peloton Interactive, which both disappointed with their announcements on Thursday.