Another Taper Caper in a Ravenous World – Part 2

The Federal Reserve’s plan on tapering its accommodative monetary policy to “rate normalization” in 2022 and beyond is highly unlikely.

Supply Chain Crisis Will Not End Anytime Soon – Part 3

The Port of New York and New Jersey is experiencing its own berthing bottleneck of container ships and shortage of labor due to the Pandemic.

The Tin Man’s Yellow Brick Road is Paved With Profits

Indonesia's earlier than expected ban on nickel exports has investors and industry rushing to secure inventories of tin and surging its price.

Smash and Grab Crime Wave as 2021 Holiday Shopping Tanks

Another variable to consider is that high inflation is blunting overall sales and the reported data is skewed higher due to inflation.