With experts advocating everything from gold to real estate to cryptocurrencies, the debate over how to counteract inflation is far from settled.
Stocks need to find some support again.
The biggest obstacle continues to be concern about Omicron.
The issue now after the central bank's decision is to what degree the market can build on the momentum.
The central bank dropped a hawkish bomb in the press release that I don't think many were expecting. Here are my thoughts on what was said and what comes next.
Talk about inflation being 'transitory' has bit the dust.
There's going to be a temptation to bail on the small, underperforming names, take the tax loss, and move into a bigger name.
There's an expectation that ETF investors increase bullishness and inflows around peaks.
Here's why the macro-market condition is likely a better buy than a sell right now.
Hopefully, the Fed news this afternoon will be a catalyst that shakes up this market.