The market is not reacting to the numbers from the economy, positive earnings or job numbers but by the hot air spewing from Washington. In this time of uncertainty maybe Robert Stovall's Super Bowl indicator is the answer.
There is a good reason management is shifting strategy. Should investors stick around?
Did the Oracle of Omaha miss the boat on this one? Perhaps.
This week's market action was not on the fundamentals of the stocks but on the fear of Wshington and what it may or may not do next.
Average investors should be cautious right now.
With its shares at a 52-week high, is now the time to shift gears?
Come Thursday, we'll see what effect the president's State of the Union address has on the market.
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