Now that the charts have had a rest, the banks look logical here.
The central bank will continue to buy bonds to keep interest rates low because it says the economy still needs help. Economic growth in 2013 may be slower expected.
The distortions created by the misguided policies of central bankers have inverted the investing world and hurt the precious metals. But investors will wake up.
Time and price seem to be converging as the FOMC meeting approaches.
If you sell out now, you could miss some solid performance. Plus, it's still too early in the year to be worried about your results for all of 2013.
As the Dow reaches a meaningless milestone that's divorced from fundamental economic strength, the Fed's money-printing continues to force investors into risk assets.
They're not revealing their positions, and it's my belief that those who denigrate this rally are either betting against it or sitting it out.
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