Several Fed officials were out and about on Tuesday, and what they did was cause a selloff across Treasury markets.
The problem is the economy is weakening and rate hikes are going to slow things down even more.
I didn't think stocks could do as well as they did, on close to a -1% GDP print, so let's try to figure out why and look at some specific areas to invest or avoid.
I remain cautious, but that hardly means I'm sitting on my hands.
With inflation stubbornly high and the Fed pumping the brakes on the economy, investors may be overly optimistic about a soft landing.
Here's why I believe investors are underestimating Fed Chair Jerome Powell's resolve.
The market is becoming overbought and quite a few strategists are suggesting a short-term top is near.
Let's pick apart the Fed's words and actions on Wednesday and see what's likely to come.
The two companies are in the energy storage solution market and are shining in an otherwise drab market.
By the time you see something in print, it's often outdated. Let's use rising prices as an example, and how you can position now to profit later.