Stock investors should be paying more attention to Fed policy, less to the 10-year yield.
Do you own stocks that could not advance during this bounce?
This time the issue of higher interest rates may be gaining traction.
With key economic and earnings reports on tap, investors could very well be in for more loops and twists.
The news today itself isn't as important as the way the instruments are positioned to respond it.
Overreaction seems to be what markets are good at in this 'golden age of electronic trading.'
We used to think of what's in the public's interest when it comes to securities.
All I can say is the TVIX better go up Thursday or an awful lot of stocks are going to higher.
The recent trend of higher rates and lower stock prices cannot persist.
CPI has suddenly taken on enhanced importance.

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