The commodity has been having a good month despite a recent report of low demand.
The market expects them to start next year. Maybe not, says LPL’s Gillum.
Price boosts of 3% or so would spur the economy and stocks, the Leuthold strategist argues.
Many tipped employees are suffering financially, Tom DiNapoli says, and need better pay.
It’s not pretty: History shows that this bad combo pares equities’ median returns by 2%, Goldman says.
Besides the celebrated money manager, few predict an upcoming era of falling prices, which a new ETF aims to buffer against.