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There was a parade of earnings on Thursday with nearly 10% of the companies in the S&P 500 reporting. While far from great, earnings were "good enough" for investors to jump back into the market following Wednesday's modest selloff. The S&P 500 is now back within half a percent of its all-time high.
Thursday provided a good example of the "upward bias" in the stock market where investors applaud mediocre data. This trend will likely continue as long as the Fed keeps its foot on the gas pedal (i.e. no taper). And considering the soft jobs numbers earlier this week, our central bank isn't likely to slowdown anytime soon.
Eventually, the Fed will taper. And once that happens, investors are going to be much more difficult to please. But until then, this market will continue to look for any reason to go higher.
Big in-the-know funds and pension 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.
Before 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, a Zacks strategy serves them up to you at the first sniff so you can get aboard for the full profit ride. Since inception less than 1-1/2 years ago, this approach has virtually doubled the S&P 500 and gained more than +60%.
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