Why looking at the stock market won’t give you full picture of US economy

Between the federal government and the Federal Reserve, about $10 trillion has been pumped into the US economy to prevent a pandemic-fueled economic collapse. Judging by the stock market, you would think we’ve sidestepped a 2008-size disaster. But stocks, at least in the short run, are rarely a good indication of what’s festering inside the… Continue reading at New York Post