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Stocks Are No Longer the Wall Street's Only Flower Child

Let's look at complacency and how it compares to the 1970s.

Is the Debt Ceiling Merely a Distraction?

Rising inflation with weak growth has a name: stagflation.

Unleash the Bull? What the SLOOS Said, A King's Sage Advice, Trading PayPal

The Nasdaq Composite has spent two days knocking on a door. Open that door and the index will go.

The Thought of This One-Two Combo Has Me Increasingly Worried About Tail Risks

Banking problems and recessions are not created and solved in a week.

While Stocks Spin Their Wheels, Bonds and Buck Move

Let's look at the overbought condition, bonds, and the dollar vs. the yen.

Is This a Dull Market, Or One That's Hiding Something?

We haven't witnessed volatility this low in more than a year: Should we follow the old adage of never shorting a dull market -- or should we be suspicious?

Stocks and Bonds: Only One Market Is Telling Investors the Truth

Growing credit crunch concerns are revealing a lot of about the direction of the economy.

Here's the Problem (and My Strategy) If You're Playing the Game of Risk

Analysts are often reluctant to update forecasts, or just don't bother to update them, so they have a built-in 'lag' effect.

What the 'Weird' March Jobs Report Means for Stocks, Bonds and the Fed

Here's what I expect for interest rates, credit and equities going forward.

Economic Weakness, Storm Cometh, Bond Yields, Semis Hit, AI Wars, Costco Sales

In perhaps the most overt signal of a coming economic contraction, the Treasury yield curve continues to warp.