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Sorry for going ‘off the grid’ for a couple of weeks, technical issues kept us down. We are back, and there is not much more clarity after the Fed meeting, than before. Let’s take a look:

Economy and the Market – a continuing look at the wide array of perspectives:
Here is an old piece, 2013, that still is ‘current’ today. What Happened to Markets the Last 15 Times the Fed Tightened?

When will they tighten, though? Now may not be until 2016. The thing is they may be recreating the 2008 scenario all over again. Central Banks are Making the Same Mistake that Led to the 2008 Financial Crisis

You hear a pretty constant stream of positive data, right? Yet do things seem to feel better? Maybe this explains that disconnect: 13 Economic Charts Wall Street Doesn’t Want You to See

This article looks at the continuing failure of QE programs to drive wage and price inflation. The fundamental premise is that the underlying labor market dynamics have changed, technology has forever reduced demand for labor. Game Over

A different view of the QE world, liquidity and supply … The IMF Just Confirmed the Nightmare Scenario for Central Banks is Now in Play

Plenty of opinions out there, and they run the gamut. This view came before the last Fed meeting, a contrarian view. Does the Fed Really Have a Choice

The good news is the US economy has deleveraged, right? Wrong. So when rates do rise, costs across the economy go with it. The Global Credit Supercycle: Full Frontal

Miscellany – perhaps all that market turmoil is making people crazier still:
This is good to know! NASA refutes Christian claims that the blood moon on September 28 will cause the end of the world

On a more level headed note: Prepare yourselves: A rare “supermoon” lunar eclipse is coming

I am guessing you saw this, but still, more technology creeping up on us. Hackers Remotely Kill a Jeep on the Highway – With Me in It

Go ahead, here’s some pure escapism for you: The 10 Most Expensive Luxury Yachts in the World

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