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Fed’s Meeting Minutes Disappoint The Rate Cut Campers!

A Pfennig For Your Thoughts August 22, 2019 * Currencies remained stuck in the mud yesterday * Eurozone PMI’s remain below 50… Good Day… And a Tub Thumpin’ Thursday to you! I was with a few of my good friends at my fave watering hole yesterday afternoon, and one of them said, “Wainwright is due for a game that looks like he’s throwing underhanded to hitters”, and I replied, “oh, no, not at home, he’s usually at the top of his game before the home crowd”… And then the Brewers went out and...

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The Fed’s Jackson Hole Boondoggle Takes Center Stage!

A Pfennig For Your Thoughts August 21, 2019 * Currencies are held in check by the dollar bugs once again! * Will we finally see a markets manipulator go to jail? Good Day… And a Wonderful Wednesday to you! What’s gotten into my beloved Cardinals? They’re playing like a real baseball team! Errors are down, base running snafus have gone away, the pitching is good, and the hitting is nascent… (I’ve said all along that this team can’t hit consistently) And they’re winning the close games… What’s...

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The Number One Influence On Fed Monetary Policy—-The Dumbass Factor!

A brief scan of the financial and economic landscape – both in the U.S. and abroad – offers ample confirmation that we are in the midst of a great reset.  From a feint tickle at the turn of the new millennium to a persistent itch a decade ago, the preponderance of evidence in this regard is now much too painful to ignore.  There’s no denying that things ain’t right. Debt is increasing while GDP’s stagnating.  Stocks are rising while earnings are declining.  Incomes are flat-lining for the...

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Old Faithful Meets the ‘New Normal’—–Jackson Hole And A New Monetary Order

Henry Washburn, Nathaniel P. Langford and Lt. Gustavus C. Doane, three intrepid souls who came, saw, mapped, and then in language so vivid as to be almost unbelievable, described in all its rugged splendor the sheer beauty of the land through which they traveled. President Ulysses S. Grant had charged these men with leading the 1870 Washburn Expedition for the exploration and mapping of Wyoming’s northwestern portion. It was this vast untamed wilderness that in just two short years’ time,...

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