I like how every talking head on CNBC is trying to flip this employment report into a "perfect" situation for stocks since it must mean there is absolutely no inflation on the horizon and the Fed will be out of the picture (as if the soaring prices of commodities and metals had anything to do with growth in USA). Considering the plight of the dollar, this could be a dangerous situation. If we had true signs of domestic growth, the Fed could have cited a stronger economy as the superficial reason for tightening, thereby halting the dollar's fall at the same time by raising rates. A lack of supporting signs of growth effectively leaves "tightening as panic" as the only savior for the dollar. Does this make sense?