Forget Europe, Invest Here

A lot of attention has been focused on Europe this week, given a ceasefire agreement in Ukraine that turned out to be premature. Today we have the big European Central Bank meeting, which some investors and pundits are hoping will result in an announcement that Europe will be commencing a quantitative-easing program of its own. Other economic indicators from the eurozone are hardly encouraging, and they are in focus before today's ECB meeting.

The attention to Europe right now is unfortunate, as domestic economic indicators are hinting at an improving economy in the U.S. That should potentially allow the Federal Reserve to finally end over five years of various quantitative-easing programs, hopefully without too much of an impact to domestic equities this time around....478 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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