The ongoing inversion of Treasury yield spreads leads this observer to prepare for a recession that could become evident early next year.
Since 1950, the traditional 'Santa Claus rally' period has produced positive results about 78% of the time.
The hedge fund manager may have projected 'group stink' and too much 'first-level thinking.'
David Tepper may be repackaging that old adage, but it continues to bear heeding.
Plus, an ode to Santa, a look at Thursday's spike in trading volume and Alphabet's big Sunday Ticket deal with the NFL.
Durable goods orders and personal income are on tap, but the star of the data show will be the latest Personal Consumption Expenditures numbers.
It's been quite a year and yes, I believe 2023 will be a lot like 2022.
Lax lending standards largely were to blame for the last housing bubble; this time, speculation in the short-term rental market could be the culprit.
Here's why that should cheer traders rather than depress them.
Wednesday was a 'no-doubter' with the baseball landing more than a few rows back in the upper deck.