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Well, I would disagree somewhat with Elliot Wave.

The Fed DOES have power, at least until the rates drop to 0%. They have enormous power until that happens.

Not that, in the long run, it makes a lot of difference. The markets will advance or decline eventually on the earnings power of the companies that comprise the markets. Short-term noise aside, of course.

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