Wall Street’s selloff last week has been blamed on everything but the real thing. The major indices lost more than four percent, with the Dow off nearly 10 percent since its recent high in early October.

The selloff in stocks on Tuesday gives investors another chance to buy stocks of excellent companies at a discount.

Wall Street jumped at the news from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell that interest rates were “just below” a neutral level.

While the Conference Board says the economy is slowing, Black Friday sales broke records and Cyber Monday sales are expected to do the same.

It's the Fed. It's not durable goods orders or the "death cross" or other reports of an allegedly fading economy that's behind Wall Street's worries.

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