All eyes will be on the Fed during their March FOMC meeting. It remains to be seen what they do next.
Putting cash to work on significant market pullbacks such as the one that occurred Thursday is a key element of the strategy.
The equity markets got bopped in the nose Thursday and were sent reeling.
Low borrowing costs have fueled the boom in stocks, and higher borrowing costs can just as surely kill it.
Insiders are increasing selling activity.
Three things tell me not only isn't there a bubble, but we actually might see a near-term bounce from a trading perspective.
Charts remain in uptrends, but breadth and stochastic signals suggest vulnerability.
This money spigot is very unlikely to be shut off any time soon.
I want you to think about how quickly the long end of the U.S. Treasury curve is moving.
With new liquidity about to pour in, it remains to be seen how will it affect equities, risk assets, and more importantly, money markets.