US GDP indicates that the economy is not as strong as it seems. When do you worry about stocks?

The Fed tries to control inflation without hurting the economy. Above, the Federal Reserve Bank Building in Washington, DC Stephanie Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images font size Many people take advantage of the new year for a fresh start. The market certainly did: After a painful 2022, it was Standard & Poor’s 500 It jumped 5.5% … Read more

This indicator of recession is approaching the point of no return. But stocks historically rise if the Fed cuts and the economy continues to grow.

It’s too early to announce the Goldilocks environment, even if the major asset classes at least point to a better opportunity for it. S&P 500 SPX Index Gained 5% this year, the high-tech Nasdaq Composite COMP It rose 8%, even with a seemingly daily influx of job cut announcements. Stay tuned on Thursday for a … Read more

The money supply contracted for the first time. What does stagnation mean.

font size The Fed raised interest rates seven times in the past year. Andy Jacobson/AFP/Getty Images The Federal Reserve faces a very important decision in the coming weeks. Markets expect the central bank to raise interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point, marking a significant slowdown in the pace of history-making increases. If … Read more