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We may have plateaued on the inflation front, which could give the markets a needed boost higher. That would put us on the final climb of the "W” trend.
I still see a difficult first half of the year that will probably spill over into the summer. Sure, we can have relief rallies like we are in right now. But, for me to become more bullish, I would need to see earnings bottom, inflation subside and the Fed to stop tightening monetary policy. Don’t hold your breath.
Our politicians in Washington did what they do best this week by kicking the debt ceiling can down the road until Dec. 16. Until then, we can switch our focus to the Fed’s November decision on tapering its bond purchases. Does anyone have any Pepto Bismol?
The moral of this tale is that if you are a long-term investor, the next two months are simply a tiny blip, or bump in the road that should be ignored.
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