The Dow is falling again. This time on the less-than-awesome jobs report. 155k jobs added versus the expected 198k jobs added.
Liquidity moves markets!Follow the money. Find the profits!
Resulting in a decline to the Dow.
Yesterday, the Dow sell-off eased after The Wall Street Journal reported that the Federal Reserve is considering breaking with its current approach of steady interest rate hikes, favoring a wait-and-see approach. That was relief to investors worried that the Fed might raise interest rates too fast, which could choke off economic growth.
And the the University of Michigan Buying Conditions for Houses fell to it lowest level since December 2008. Although the might be Michigan getting destroyed by Ohio State 62-39.
In other words, The Fed is signalling “Hard to starboard!!!”
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