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I write a daily market note, which starts with insights on the day’s action and ends with a recipe to serve the mood of the markets...

Morning Thoughts/Pent-Up Wage Deflation? Try the Buccatini

August 25, 2014

As expected – Janet Yellen did NOT ignite a bonfire but only emphasized that slack and capacity still remain in the US labor mkts in spite of falling unemployment and ...

Morning Thoughts/Will Vlad Steal the Show Again? Try the Sliced Rib-Eye

August 22, 2014

"Re-Evaluating Labor Market Dynamics" Jackson Hole, Wyoming - August 21-23, 2014 Janet Yellen due to take the stage at 10:00 creating much anticipation - What will she say? Will she ...

Morning Thoughts/ So Where is the Risk? Try the Baby Back Ribs

August 21, 2014

This is getting a bit boring now, no? No matter what they say – the mkt goes higher and higher….and again yesterday the mkt responded positively to the release ...

Morning Thoughts/Pent-Up Wage Deflation? Try the Buccatini

As expected – Janet Yellen did NOT ignite a bonfire but only emphasized that slack and capacity still remain in the US labor mkts in spite of falling unemployment and supposed job creation…..allowing her to straddle both sides of the fence – “….five years after the end of the recession, the labor market has yet to fully recover.” And stocks did nothing – as neither side – buyer/seller – showed any willingness to take the day. Was it just that investors/traders did not hear anything to get them excited, or was it just a reflection of the ‘dog days of summer’ as the season winds down and so many people are on vacation? Volumes continued to be very light and volatility nonexistent. Traders shrugged off the speech as a non event. Anyone hoping for more guidance about the timing of a change in policy was left holding the bag as … Continue reading

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