Once again, as an aside, under this scenario, you can expect the value of the euro to fall relative to other currencies. Of course, if the U.S. Fed embarks on QE3, the euro's relative value to the dollar may well hold.
There's a lot of anxiety about deflation, but this is unnecessary. Inflation is the real problem that's hurting the disappearing U.S. middle class.
The devaluation of China's yuan is another example of how a stronger currency -- along with higher interest rates -- can hurt a country's economy.
Don't believe pundits who say the stock market is near a top. The U.S. economy is on the verge of reaching escape velocity.
Wal-Mart raising base wages is just a sign of the beginning. Middle class rejoice, the increase in wages is coming.
A perfect storm of factors are converging to keep interest rates on U.S. government bonds low.