We have much to ponder: New jobs report. A winner. Meanwhile, a series of Federal Reserve working papers has us considering the kind of future the Fed is looking at. Then there’s more action by North Korea and a migration path to war with China if we screw the pooch in negotiations.
But mainly, we’re watching the markets and the rhyme off the 1920’s and waiting for the Big Top which must necessarily be set before the Second Depression sets in. On the way up, we’re happily on our way to adding another significant digit in our trading account.
Unless, that is, we skip it the blow off top and go right to the war that usually follows a global depression.