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Why the Most Bullish Guy on Wall Street Is Sweating a 0.057% Move

Shah Gilani has been one of the most consistently bullish, enthusiastic voices on Wall Street.

He’s correctly called plenty of the Dow’s upward milestones, too.

Long term, that hasn’t changed, but in the immediate future – as in, “any day now” – one tiny move could create some serious contagion.

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Fed Speeches: Atlanta’s Lockhart on U.S. “Economic Mojo” – Money Morning

This is a syndicated repost courtesy of Money Morning. To view original, click here. Reposted with permission. There are about a dozen Fed speeches this week for investors to watch, and they kicked off today with Atlanta Fed governor Dennis Lockhart. Lockhart spoke Monday morning at a creative leadership summit sponsored by the Louise Blouin…

Recession 2013: The Signs Don’t Look Good- Money Morning

You won’thear any talk about a Recession 2013 from the president, or from whoever happens to be the next Fed Head, or from anyone of either party in Congress. You won’t hear about it on the news, either.

Listen to them and you’ll hear that the economy’s turning a corner. “Growth has returned… unemployment is falling… the markets are at all-time highs… things are looking up all over.”

What a relief, right?