Indexes are bullish, but there are some red flags to watch out for.
The price-hike fever that's been making consumers queasy appears to have broken in the Asia Pacific region's major economies.
Lock in their yields before they revert to more reasonable levels.
What is really not priced in and not known is how bad will the 'higher for longer' rates of 5% be taken by the economy that is so levered in debt.
Let's go to the charts to see which U.S. carriers are gliding toward a soft landing.
The indicators have intensified their warnings.
Companies are cutting payouts for the same reason they are cutting employees. Prospects are not looking good for 2023.
The company is as fundamentally sound as any business out there.
Disney is not the first well-known firm to be taken on by Peltz and Trian.
The market has consistently overestimated how willing the Fed is to shift to a more accommodative stance.