Wednesday, December 9, 2015

The Majority Believes The Fed Controls The Game

If the Fed does this, expect that. If it doesn't, then expect this. The majority taking notes with pencil and paper nods its head in understanding. Panic usually follows when something totally unexpected happens.

While it's wise to ignore the Fed for the message of the market, it's clear the majority believes the Fed remains the Maestro that pulls the strings on perceptions, markets, and economies. If that were true, history would have recorded an endless plateau of prosperity rather than the numerous economic crises and panics.

Headline: JPMorgan: Fed could trigger 'massive stop loss order' in the S&P 500 if liftoff goes awry

Analysts at JPMorgan Chase say the Federal Reserve has 670 billion reasons to deliver a "dovish hike" if it elects next week to raise interest rates for the first time in nine and a half years.



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