Don' be sucked into hyperventilating about a market bottom.
A debt-load that appears to be growing and a cash balance that appears to be shrinking is a sub-optimal situation.
This should be a bargain hunter's paradise, but not so much in reality. Here's a stock, however, that stands out.
Treasury yield spreads continue to move if not into a healthy configuration, at least a healthier-looking direction.
The damaging psychological impact of the 2008-2009 period is still being felt by some to this day.
We're likely getting intermediate-term oversold enough to rally -- but with that Fed meeting coming up, who knows how the pattern will unfold. Also, let's check the Russell 2000, Bank Index and breadth.
I'm 'the bear' in this market and see value where others turn away.
If you aren't quick enough right now, you will be burned.
Sooner or later price increases have got to weigh on the consumer -- and impact restaurant revenue.
The Fed was too easy for far too long and now will be too tight, probably for far too long.