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Energy Vs. Inflation
As energy prices continue to drop, the CPI should soften. It’s just a matter of how far they’ll continue to fall.
We Might Be Seeing Made In America Again
The international shipping strains that came with the Covid shutdowns were truly eye-opening for the American industrial sector.
Don’t Mess With The IRS
If we've learned anything from the likes of Al Capone, it’s that you don’t want to mess with the IRS. That’s especially true when Amgen may be the first target in an aggressive campaign to clamp down on international effective rates and tax havens.
Good News In The Grocery Department
For the last several years, we’ve seen some concerning trends in the commodities market.
Have We Reached The Recession?
Whether or not we’re actually in a recession is debatable. What’s not so much is that we’re in one of the strangest economic climates in history.
The Great Housing Market Migration Is Very Interesting
As the cost of living and mortgage rates increase, the housing market is seeing a swift slowdown in certain segments.
Little Wavering Despite Weak Earnings (So Far)
As we look to the second half of this year, it’s going to be really interesting to watch how the market reacts to both earnings reports and interest rate increases from the Fed. 
Peaks And Possibilities To Peer At
Fears of continued inflation have been at the forefront of nearly every economic conversation since the beginning of this year.
Amazon Wants To Ask What Ails You
Amazon has now entered nearly every market in the retail sector. Its newest proposed venture is in the healthcare space.
More Real Estate Data To Digest – If You Can
Typically, the U.S. residential real estate market is a good indication of its economic strength.
Is Residential Real Estate On The Rocks?
As the Federal Reserve continues its campaign to raise interest rates, many hope demand will subside and inventory will increase. Unfortunately, though, this inventory problem may get worse before it gets better.
Wall Street’s Workforce Crisis Should Be Taken Seriously
As soaring inflation and recession fears rock the economy, appetites for IPOs and acquisitions have decreased. So Wall Street now faces a crisis of over-extended baking entities.
Counting The Costs Vs. The Consumers
As inflation soars, the American consumer has battled higher prices and a weakened dollar. They’ve been able to do this because wages have inflated along with costs.
Breaking News On The Bank Front
Earnings season is upon us. So let’s buckle down and deal with it as-is like the big boys and girls that we are.
Yes, Inflation Is Really That Bad
As a result of inflationary pressures, the average American household will now need to spend about $493 more to get through the month than they did this time last year.
Inflation Continues Its Climb – But So Do Dividends (And The Musk Drama Continues Too)
Dividends have been climbing steadily in the last decade and just hit a new record despite everything.
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