By Anthony B. Sanders The Atlanta Fed’s GDP forecast model for Q1 was just increased to 5.4%. This was the highest reading since December 2011.
By Notes From the Rabbit Hole Sure, I am the guy with indicators called the 3 Amigos and in the future, the 4 Horsemen. I
By Jared Dillian Now would be a good time to follow me on Twitter if you haven’t already, because stuff is about to get real.
By Notes From the Rabbit Hole Amigo #1; Stocks vs. Gold This Amigo has a ceiling that is higher when viewing monthly charts, but the
By Callum Thomas The latest official PMI data out of China showed a slowing of momentum in the manufacturing sector (51.3 in January vs 51.6
By Chris Ciovacco Power Of The Millennials Markets ultimately price all assets based on the simple law of supply and demand. Demographics play a large
By David Stockman As we said on Fox Business yesterday, Donald Trump is walking himself right into a miserable trap. He and his putative “advisors”
By Jeffrey Snider You have to go back four years for some honesty. The FOMC in January 2014 could be more forthright simply because the
By Anthony B. Sanders Between The Federal Reserve FINALLY normalizing interest rates and the constant friction in Congress over the Federal budget and debt ceiling,
By Heisenberg Listen, “some” of you have been mean to Bloomberg’s Mark Cudmore “for the past couple of years”. And because he doesn’t name names
By Kevin Muir Remember all the hullabaloo back in September about the Federal Reserve’s decision to shrink their balance sheet? Believe it or not, it
By Anthony B. Sanders The Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment Cost Compensation Civilian Workers YoY rose to 2.7% YoY. That is the highest reading of employment