The age of ZIRP, TINA and FOMO was very different than now.
Investors were startled by what was revealed in the Fed minutes. It'll be interesting to see how markets react now.
Analysts are often reluctant to update forecasts, or just don't bother to update them, so they have a built-in 'lag' effect.
In perhaps the most overt signal of a coming economic contraction, the Treasury yield curve continues to warp.
No longer is a slow economy viewed as a positive because it is anti-inflationary.
Market participants are starting to believe that the banking crisis is under control. Whether or not that is true remains to be seen.
Traders are acting like traders -- sell first and ask questions later.
The American Century Multisector Floating Income exchange-traded fund stands out in this economy.
This will determine where stocks are by the end of the week.
Things are moving fast, and believe it or not there's even some 'good-ish' news out there.