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The Fed Continues to Resemble the Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight

The central bank appears to be inflicting more pain on the economy than is necessary to slow job growth.

Don't Fixate on the Latest Inflation Numbers as They're Already Old

It won't be surprising to see the data begin to tilt toward lower inflation in coming months.

Lightning Rally, U.K. Squeeze, The 'R' Word, Ian's Ravage, Browsing for Boeing

Wednesday's run for the roses felt like a bear market rally provoked by an external event.

Growth in Rest of Asia Expected to Outpace China for First Time in 22 Years

The World Bank says other Asian nations that face risks to growth for now are buoyed by exports and higher commodity prices.

Apple Heartbreak, Bond Breakout, They Asked Evans, Trading Tesla, Going Nuclear

Treasury yield spreads continue to move if not into a healthy configuration, at least a healthier-looking direction.

Charting the Indexes, When We'll Find a Bid, King Dollar, 3 Stocks I'm Trading

The FOMC continues to fiddle despite evidence inflation is peaking or has peaked and while all of Rome is burning down around them.

The Fed Is Coming Hard, and We Should Be Relieved

The central bank needs to restore price stability while preserving the strength of the US dollar for the long-term good of the economy.

I'm Taking the Conservative Route With My Money

It's time to play defensive as nearly all the economic signs point to a slowing economy, which won't be good for stocks.

How to Manage Risk While Building Long-Term Positions in a Bear Market

Here are six ways to handle the two biggest risks.

Exxon Mobil Is Still Not a Buying Opportunity

It may be better to do some selling and ask questions later.