Business owners, do you need to worry about a bank collapse? The market tug-of-war continues. Signs that inflation may begin dropping very quickly.
How small businesses can find safety before the next bank crisis (Rethinking 65)
Some good recommendations for small business owners who need to have more than $250K in their business bank accounts. Also, business owners should ask their key service providers if they have planned for a bank failure. For example, if you rely on a payroll processing firm, would they still be able to cut checks to your employees if a bank they worked with collapsed?
Three more bullish signs the bears don’t want to see (Carson Group)
A positive first quarter and a rare bullish signal trigger could be forecasting the end of this bear market. However, according to LPL Research only 7 stocks are responsible for almost 75% of the market’s gains this year. Not the recipe for a lasting uptrend. On top of that, almost everyone, including the Federal Reserve, expects a recession to happen sometime this year. It doesn’t look like the market has turned of the “Fasten your seatbelt” sign just yet.
Inflation is yesterday’s news (Calafia Beach Pundit)
A persuasive case that inflation is on a quick downward trajectory and the Fed should not only stop raising interest rates, but begin cutting them.
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