Crude oil is a highly emotional market and will always surpass a reasonably fair price to reach levels the market has no fundamental justification for.
Coffee prices won't stay depressed for long.
Ahead of the spring planting season, the sentiment is irrationally lopsided.
The minutes certainly read like the Fed is more worried about the economy than just what the data suggests.
Look for unsustainably exuberant levels for the S&P 500 in the coming weeks before optimism, and prices, peak.
Doctor Copper is still a harbinger of global economic health -- keep a close eye on copper prices as the trade war marches on.
With Vale's Brucutu mine offline, the three remaining miners are churning more cash, making them attractive investments.
The data is increasingly suggesting a pause/retracement of January's gains. Get ready for it.
Rate increases are off the table for now, balance sheet normalization is on hold, and potentially the groundwork is laid for the next round of quantitative easing.
There is strong precedent for aggressive rate cuts once the Fed gets started.