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Just a month ago stocks were soaring to an all-time high at 1687 on the S&P 500. Next thing you know speculation grows rampant on when QE will be tapered and what that means for the stock market.
A 5% correction ensued with market volatility being the norm. Yet since last Wednesday's close, stocks have advanced +2.4% including an impressive gain Tuesday.
Reity, what do you make of all of this?
More investors are reading the Fed tea leaves to mean that QE will not be tapered too soon. Nor will it be removed too quickly. That has more investors returning to the bullish mood of the recent past.
Granted the Fed could flip over a wild card on Wednesday and we retest 1600 once again. However, given what we know now, I like the odds better of taking a shot up towards 1700.
If you drove by a shopping plaza or walked through a mall lately, you've seen this business.
It's been a vital cog in our economy for over 90-years... it has over 4,400 locations in the United States alone... and it's one of the largest companies in America - with operations in all 50 states and over 34,000 employees.
In fact, you've likely shopped there many times before.
And on August 1st we expect it to make an announcement that will stun its shareholders.
Big funds and plans try hard to keep others from spotting their key moves too soon. They need time to go all in, drive up the prices, and make big profits in any market condition.
Until now, you could only catch early hints of their moves if you had the time, will, and expertise to comb through obscure SEC filings. Today, Zacks shows how to get in at the first sniff of the best "smart money stocks," and then stay for the full profit ride.
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