Big investors are beginning to worry about several key fundamentals that underpin the stock market.
The calls for a stock market correction are beginning to blow through the streets of Wall and Broad.
Some analysts argue inflation has peaked, and should soon return to an average annual rate, others are focused on wage pressure and labor competition.
According to the Treasury Department the richest people in America have avoided paying roughly $163 billion each year in taxes.
94% of manufacturers said that higher taxes would harm their business.
Treasury Sec. Janet Yellen is setting off alarm bells over looming brawl about the nation's borrowing limit.
August marked 7th straight month of gains for the S&P 500 as investors ignored softening U.S. economic data at the hands of the COVID Delta variant.