The Fed Is Wrong About The Economy

The global outlook hasn’t changed much either. The trade war outcome is uncertain, as is Brexit. Global growth is slowing. And Powell himself notes that, while there has been some growth in consumer spending, inflation is muted, business capital spending is soft, and debt levels are increasing.

So, what does it all mean for you?

It means you should sit up and pay attention. The Feds projections for the next few years seems to be steady as she goes, but my advice is to be on your toes!

The Treasury bond market is giving the Fed a failing grade on policy.

The Fed has notoriously and historically been behind the curve when it comes to projections and policy change. The Committee seems to prefer reacting rather than being proactive about adjusting policy.

Don’t let the Fed’s apparent complacency fool you. The economy, the markets, inflation and just about everything is in flux and most move in cycles. We’re moving into a period of higher volatility and that means greater opportunities, so be ready!

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