S&P 500 futures are 6 points higher.

Yesterday, the index fell 8 points, or 0.5%, to 1650.

This thought just crossed my mind: A higher US dollar means lower inflation, which means more money printing, which means higher stocks… and it’s a never-ending virtuous cycle.

Of course, manufacturing and exports get crushed at the same time, but that could just be an excuse for more printing.