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The Federal Reserve’s plan on tapering its accommodative monetary policy to “rate normalization” in 2022 and beyond is highly unlikely.
Omicron, supply-chain woes, and a Federal Reserve that isn’t playing ball anymore… It’s been a perfect storm for a stock-market pullback, but few commentators expected the high flyers in the NASDAQ to correct so early in the new year.
DARPA shaped the modern world and Moderna’s synthetic gene-encoded mRNA spike protein inoculation is on the list of innovations.
The port of New York and New Jersey is experiencing its own berthing bottleneck of container ships and shortage of labor due to Covid cases.
It started in late 2021, and is now spilling over into the new year. No, I’m not referring to Omicron, though the problem that’s currently endemic to the equities markets could indeed spread like a virus.
If you did not receive informed consent or were living under a rock since Feb. 2021, the ramifications of what is unfolding may come as a shock.
Today’s analyses are strictly for technical analysis grunts without financial risk issues, geopolitical concerns, or satire. I suggest a review of “A Dow, Nasdaq, S&P 500, and Russell Technical Analysis With a Risk Overview” if you want to peruse my list of issues...
Omicron couldn’t stop it. The Fed’s taper threat hardly made a dent. Week after week and month after month, the buyers bought every dip and the S&P 500 kept marching forward to a staggering 4,766.
During the months of April, May, and June 2021, the U.S. Department of Labor estimated that 11.5 million workers jumped on the herald wave of the “you can take this job and shove it” trend. Many presstitutes and apparatchiks assumed that a YOLO mentality was solely...
The gold and silver-squeeze crowd are not thrilled about the paper market price, but demand for physical bullion, coins, and premiums are as high as last year.
“I’m not from where they’re from, and they can just beat the living crap out of people and think they’ll be submissive, period.” – Senator Manchin
During the final weeks of 2021, the typical year-end discussion on Wall Street will revolve around whether there will be a “Santa Claus rally.” Indeed, it’s entirely possible that the S&P 500 will offer up a final melt-up as much of the tax-loss harvesting has already been done.
Turks are turning to cheap government-issued bread, and potatoes and onions have become popular to meet basic needs and avoid starvation.
“The Fed put still exists,” analysts at a famous financial institution are now saying. That might sound comforting to the stock market’s perma-bulls, but don’t form any conclusions until you’ve heard the rest of the quote.