The Fed's insistence on raising interest rates fast and furiously and energy troubles in Europe will combine to put immense pressure on the global economy.
Valuations and the merits of individual stocks just aren't significant right now as many people largely trade index ETFs.
Wednesday's run for the roses felt like a bear market rally provoked by an external event.
Overnight the U.K saw some of the biggest swings to date in its bond market, as panic set in.
Technical analysis becomes difficult when non-market forces come into play.
Let's check out the dumpster fire in the United Kingdom -- just as we were turning to Japan's yen move.
It's time for investors to keep it simple and keep it safe.
The most important thing to do at this point is to embrace the fact that we are in the jaws of an ugly bear market and not fight it.
Between the war in Ukraine and U.S. and China tensions, this may be a great time to invest in defense stocks and ETFs.
How alarming is it that six months after inflation had apparently peaked, we now see prices heating up in parts of the economy that had not been as hot as others?