By Jeffrey Snider of Alhambra Although he didn’t state it specifically in his November 2010 Washington Post op-ed formally justifying QE2, it was very clear
By Heisenberg As Bloomberg writes: While investors may return to the reflation narrative again, it’ll take more than a few political speeches to get them
By Danielle DiMartino Booth Never in the history of film making has artistic license paid off so handsomely Of course, comic legend Jackie Gleason was
By Heisenberg It’s all in the spin. As Bloomberg’s Richard Breslow wrote overnight, markets are prone to taking a “glass is half-full” approach these days
By Inca Kola News Here’s one to stick in your notebooks, kind reader of IKN. There’s a new fashion among one corner of the snake
By Michael Ashton A new paper that was presented last week at the 2017 U.S. Monetary Policy Forum has garnered, rightly, a lot of attention.
By Jeffrey Snider of Alhambra The ISM Manufacturing PMI registered 57.7 in February 2017, the highest value since August 2014 (revised). It was just slightly
By Heisenberg Ok, so we all know the Fed is more “S&P dependent” than they are “data dependent,” right? Don’t forget this from Wells Fargo: The
By Joseph Calhoun of Alhambra Snapchat, a company that describes itself as a camera company yet makes no cameras, went public last week at a
By Chris Ciovacco Stocks Inside Box Since 1982 The Value Line Geometric Index is a broad, equally-weighted index that can be used to monitor the
By Elliott Wave International [biiwii comment: err, as we noted in July 2016… ] How to breach limitations of conventional market forecasting [Editor’s Note: The
By Heisenberg Top-calling is all the rage nowadays. On Friday we got Citi’s Matt King essentially telling you to get the f*ck out of Dodge.