- Through the magic of bond math, and a whole lot of imagination, we shouldn't worry about how the Fed might unwind its unprecedented $2.46 trillion Treasury portfolio. This won't hurt a bit.
- Gold's sudden spike in response to China looks like the end of the good times for the precious metal. If you missed it, you missed out.
- Imagining Donald Trump's impact on the stock market doesn't seem so scary when you consider the impact of Gore, Biden or Hillary. Despite the political circus, the bulls seem confident.
- If you subscribe to the notion that hedge funds represent the smart money, then you'll want to know which stocks they are buying and selling. All the dirt from Friday's 13F filings.
- Breakfast is going to get more expensive, and here's why. It's still the most important meal of the day.
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Unwinding the Fed's giant bond portfolio might not hurt much
Plus: Gold's spike could turn in a hurry, Trump's market impact, what hedge funds are doing, and the most important meal of the day is getting more expensive
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