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http://www.livemint.com/Money/na4SheSDujYNVm370sXSDI/Opening-Bell-29-January--Global-equities-trip-on-upbeat-US.html I agree with some but not all of what he writes. Let's take it a chunk at a time. Investors, it doesn't matter when the Fed raises rates Are you obsessed with whether the Federal Reserve will begin to raise official interest rates in July, September or sometime next year? No. I've wanted them to do it for years now. So I'm obsessed with why the Fed refused to raise rates, despite a strong economy and inflation signals that were not nearly so http://www.bostonglobe.com/business/2015/01/29/college-savings-plans-singletary-column/WSnh8qxboxEszuRSx6Q28N/story.html tilted toward the dis-inflationary end of the spectrum as they are now. I am obsessed with wanting to know why the mainstream media and financial establishment even take their oh so heavily anticipated policy decisions each month seriously. http://seekingalpha.com/article/2869876-fed-rate-hikes-and-the-stock-market?source=feed_f

BBC News - Shake Shack shares surge 130% on stock market debut

Trading under the symbol SHAK on the New York Stock Exchange, investor demand pushed Shake Shack's share price up from $21 to about $50. Started as a hot dog cart by restaurateur Danny Meyer in New York City, Shake Shack now has 63 restaurants across the globe. Mr Meyer is set to net $140m. Shake Shack has benefitted from the rise forex scalping of so-called "fast casual" restaurants, like Chipotle and Panera, which still offer consumers food fast, but prioritise sustainable ingredients and on-site food preparation. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-31065736

Global here. Markets Mostly Lower

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