It is an odd dynamic right now with the Fed being more important than the actual economy.
Next week I will be shorting stocks. A lot of them. I cannot wait.
Despite stories of possibly higher tariffs on imports, the market sees little reaction.
With lackluster indexes, traders were drawn to wild action in bitcoin.
It could be a few rate cuts would improve business sentiment, but watch out if the Fed needs to keep cutting.
While many traders side with either bears or bulls, remember to embrace the ebb and flow of markets.
Look not to the crystal ball, but at change.
There was some toe-dipping as folks had moved from one side of the fence to fence-sitting, but Thursday's rally probably brought a few more into the pool.
The Fed appeared to hint that a cut could be coming later as it focuses on expansion -- here's what that could mean.
Watch the Russell 2000: It closed at 1550, which is where the 200-day moving average line resides -- if it can get up and over this level, it can improve, but if it slips, those moving average lines become problematic.