"The message the vaunted Fed chair sought to drive home was simple: it wouldn’t matter if the unemployment rate dropped to 1% and inflation expectations spiked above the FOMC’s target overnight - it’s simply too dangerous out there for the Fed to lean hawkish."
On to the lie -
Charts are an absolute mess right now short term, but the larger charts are somewhat compelling.
SPX Weekly - the strong resistance point I mentioned yesterday, but the indicators are not confirming (no neg divs). I'm starting to become more bearish but not fully worried about a massive reversal quite yet (Fed = dove). Right now it looks like there may not be a full blown technical agreement (divergences and trendlines together) to this top without either a blow off move up here or a pullback and pop. Of course an 'event' could cause some market panic, don't forget that.
Freedom watch -
You need to look over this post - Governments Admit that Much of Modern History Has Been Manipulated By False Flag Attacks
More to come below.
Have a good day.
GL and GB!