The S&P 500 has posted a positive return for the 12-month period after a midterm election 19 consecutive times. That's a pretty nice batting average.
Whether you are a consumer, an investor or a business chieftain, higher rates have made life much tougher than it was earlier in the year.
Jerome Powell is putting the central bank in a position that will trigger a huge amount of damage.
Jobs, in all likelihood, will be the LAST shoe to drop in any economic weakness.
Keep a close eye on this key technical level as the Nasdaq Composite keeps losing ground.
Plus, the German chancellor was in Beijing, and an SEC audit team reportedly wrapped up on-site inspections of several Chinese companies.
There are two ways for a market to work off froth: time and price.
Watch out for a key reversal.
The Fed's battle against inflation has a long way to go and will be a very bumpy ride.
I found nothing in the earnings that would provoke my exit, nor did I see anything that would provoke a rush to increase my stake.