Today, the market took another beating as a result of either an intentional or an unintentional lack of clearance by professionals in describing correctly the standing of employment and other current economic realities. They pinpointed irrelevant reasons in an effort to justify the Stock Market's tumbling. One big headline was that 150,000 added jobs did not meet expectations. They never explained whether those jobs were all that was offered or all that was picked from what was available. The answer we got from prominent economists is that the number of jobs that existed was much higher than the . . .