It is clear the labor market has cooled.
Folks suddenly 'discovered' on Thursday that bonds have been bearish -- let's look at them, a reading heading to extremes and the TLT.
In essence, just after raising their arms in protest, Janet Yellen and the Treasury Department completely validated the downgrade.
We can only guess if the Fitch downgrade caused the selloff, but we can look at the indicators, bonds and this curious reading on the VIX.
To assume that one of the fastest rate-rising campaigns in history will achieve only a soft or smooth landing defies anything we have seen in the past.
Investor sentiment and valuation continue very cautionary signals.
Here's what could get Nasdaq set up for a short-term oversold reading.
Even as we wait for big reports from Apple, Amazon and others, the focus of the market is beginning to shift to macroeconomic issues, and here's what could shake up the 'Goldilocks' theory.
Here's my overall strategy right now and how I'm playing Uber.
The Bank of Japan has deliberately picked a time when almost nobody was expecting policy change to make a change in its policy.