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Weekly Market Compass
It is premature to conclude that weak profits will force equity valuations down significantly.
Summer is over and it is time for investors to get back to work. It may be hard labor.
The Federal Reserve’s annual Jackson Hole conference is about to begin — don’t expect much clarity.
Short-term productivity growth is likely to come in weak, but the real problem is that American workers’ productivity gains have been suffering
Fed Chairman Powell took flak for suggesting the Fed Funds rate is now neutral. The criticism isn’t warranted.
As investors get ready for an August break, most anticipate smooth sailing ahead — but many an August vacation has been ruined by market
Investors are confused. Since early June US bond yields have gyrated like a drunken sailor, first soaring, then collapsing, and then surging
‘Recession now’ may not be what investors were hoping to hear, but it is probably preferable to the alternative of recession later.
Unless we take action to restore justice, our children will grow up in injustice. Now is the time to act.
QE is ending and QT is starting — is it time to prepare for temper tantrums?
The Fed is ready to wield the hammer of monetary policy on the nail of inflation – thumbs are going to get bruised.
The arrival of ‘peak inflation’ is not sufficient to calm investor nerves when recession and falling corporate profits loom.
Has an ‘all clear’ has been issued in the form of ‘peak inflation’, paving the way for investors to return with gusto into global
Economists are not forecasting a recession, but their forecasting record is not particularly good.
Another week, another dismal set of returns. For stock and bond investors, 2022 is off to a terrible start. Now stresses are beginning to emerge in credit fixed income markets. Large Chinese real estate developers are teetering on the edge of default and US...
History does not offer many examples of recession-free Fed tightening cycles. Will this be an exception?
For the first time in nearly twenty years, monetary and fiscal policy divergence is emerging worldwide.
Upcoming Fed communication may determine if we are heading into an avoidable recession and a crash on Wall Street.
Thoughts on the political divide in the US and a career at the intersection of economics and investing.
Investors should hope for falling corporate profits, as the alternative will lead to more pain.
Our species is facing an existential threat and all major players need to be held accountable to doing the right thing. The SEC’s new
Bond markets are signaling precarious conditions ahead. Investor should take note.
Investors continue to underestimate global GDP and earnings growth risks.