- Schwab's Liz Ann Sonders can always find a reason to be bullish. The economy is not as bad as many believe.
- The Fed dials back the rhetoric about four rate hikes this year. No worries.
- Billionaire hedge funder Bill Ackman took it on the chin in 2015 with a 20.5% drop, and his fund is already down 14% this year. There's some skill and there's some luck.
- Doing the math on Hillary's tax plan. It ain't pretty. One plus two equals a shrinking economy.
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