The Fed chief may not have everything figured out, but after 2 years of great stewardship, he deserves the benefit of the doubt.
We're in an absurdist moment now as the market swings too far against everything.
It's hard to rally when the headlines are all about how banks colluded on this or cheated on that and need to be investigated further.
Investors who dubbed the aluminum giant's first-quarter earnings 'disappointing' didn't do any real homework.
Just wait until stocks fall to more attractive prices.
As demand for coal, autos and lumber increases, this well-run rail company can add cars to each train without increasing labor or fuel costs.
Enjoy the move into financial and tech stocks, but don't overstay your welcome.
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