If there’s one thing the new administration has succeeded in so far, it’s making the Fed meeting almost irrelevant in the news feed. For the last year every single Fed meeting has been the most talked about event of the day. This month, however, there was A LOT of other topics to discuss. Just my opinion, I’d rather listen to debates about the Fed than some of the other stuff going around these days.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘Why You Should Care Banking ETF’s Are Crushing Construction ETF’s’ – Richard Suttmeier – The Street
‘The Problem With ‘Buy Low, Sell High’ Advice For Investors’ – Brad Sherman – CNBC
‘Fed Leaves Policy Rate Unchanged’ – David Harrison – The Wall Street Journal
‘Sentiment and the Holy Grail’ – Charlie Bilello – Pension Partners
‘Factors Are Not Commodities’ – Investing Research