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Why Interest Rate Psychology Will Change By Late 2016

Wall Streeters disagree about when the Fed will start to tighten (September?, December?) but most agree that once it gets started the pace of tightening will be exceeeeeeedingly gradual. An overleveraged US in a weak world economy supposedly requires easy … Continue reading

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U.S. Equities Can Grind Higher in a Weak World

Stocks are behaving pretty much as I expected:  In early September I said strategists were “disturbingly bullish” and a correction would not be surprising. We did get a correction, though arguably it was not scary enough to sweep away the … Continue reading

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Don’t Overhype Buy-backs

In Barron’s Up & Down Wall Street column, titled “Buyback Bonbons,” Kopin Tan marvels that “Companies have already repurchased a staggering $445 billion worth of shares in the 12 months ended on September 30.”  According to Josh Brown of the … Continue reading

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