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Asset bubbles aren't the Fed's problem; overall price stability is. But Wednesday, its true agenda will be cloaked in Jedi rhetoric.
The 'tapering' genie won't go back into the bottle without a major accident to the U.S.
Americans just don't give a damn about Memorial Day any more. But this day can be resurrected, once we adopt an 'investment mindset.'
All of the elements that are necessary for the formation of a stock market bubble are coming into place.
Its stock is dead money unless and until Apple introduces another major blockbuster product.
Apple's fall below $419 may trigger more widespread worries about sales growth and profit margins for the entire stock market.
Apple's fate is inextricably linked with the fate of many companies.
How Apple goes will have a strong bearing on which way the stock market moves.
The same factors that shot gold up are causing its fall.