The jobs and wage numbers on Friday were not decisive enough for anyone.
Though truck driving is the number one employer in about 27 U.S. states, the push is on for driverless vehicles.
Japan has used more robots to fill jobs left open from a declining population. The U.S. companies use robots to fill jobs that people don’t want to do.
The macromarkets are expected to continue to influence the commodities markets, for the near future.
The outside markets reacted positively to President Trump’s inauguration event, but already some investors head for safety.
The new administration is facing many challenges.
Trump’s path to success could be like traveling through a maze.
A rise in interest rates, a drop in crude oil, and a sputtering economy could be reality.
A vote to leave the EU could be most damaging to markets.
Fed talk is consuming the markets.