The market is trying to price in the great likelihood that we will be in a rising interest rate environment regardless of what the Fed may do and say.
The Fed is stuck between a rock and a hard place, and at some point this liquidity train will have to stop.
Focus on the trends in the bond market, and realize that, in the short term anyway, prices are much more important than yields.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell struck a dovish note on Wednesday, but skepticism is running high.
There are several things the Fed could do, but would it matter?
Inflation can get out of control fast. In that case, investors will benefit from an inflation hedge.
Technology names and 'stock picking' are bouncing back Tuesday morning as concerns about interest rates start to cool.
I still really like AAA-rated CLO ETFs.
Traders have cashed in elephant-sized returns on a number of stocks recently, but this isn't a meme stock.
The Fed is saying they won't hike, but with recent moves in eurodollar futures, the market is saying 'we don't believe you.'