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.
Each piece of news in the weeks ahead will be evaluated for whether it pushes the Fed to hike more or less at its next meeting.
Higher for longer is how hard landings are built. The U.S. economy is now on a collision course with destiny -- unless more sentient heads prevail.
For at least the fourth time this year, optimism about a potential pivot was not fulfilled.
Let's see if the nation's central bank will create a monster with its inflation policy -- and why I see prices and jobs swinging in the other direction.
The shares are currently in a long-term downward trend.
What we will learn most, by the end of the day, is about positioning.
Here's why we have been buyers on weakness.
It's September Jobs Day, so we'll see where a sputtering market goes from here.