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Recently we discussed the likelihood of consolidation around 1800. And that seemed to be the case on Monday as the S&P stopped dead in its tracks just under that mark. Then with no clear catalyst in site stocks leapt above to close Tuesday at 1820.
The reason for this move is actually quite simple. We are still in the midst of a long term bull rally. So the LACK of bad news is once again allowing investors to more clearly see the fundamental positives still in place.
Just to add to the good news story was Janet Yellen speaking before Congress. She still sees the improvements in the economy allowing the Fed to keep the taper party rolling along.
Elsewhere in DC there is news that the debt limit will likely be raised with little fuss between the political parties. Rarely are things so easy in Washington. Yet neither party wants to look like the one that is stopping the economy from staying on this recent positive track.
Kevin Matras compares the PEG ratio to the P/E ratio and shows how to use them both for finding classically undervalued stocks with market beating growth rates. Highlighted stocks include CSIQ, MEOH, RCL, SBRA and TRN.
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