The current interest rate scenario has been by far the loudest nothing I’ve heard since Greece was about to collapse. The confounding factors have sent us back through 45 years of Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) decisions line by line. This was tedious, to the say the least, relevant at its best. Aside from FOMC data perusals and the hopeful nuggets of useful information, price and time appear to be doing their best to draw our attention back to where the rubber actually meets the road. That being said, we’ve reached a critical point in price and time that should yield big clues in the future direction of interest rates.