A Common-Sense Stock Approach

We have had a wild week on Wall Street, to put it mildly. We saw Twitter (TWTR) pop to something like 40x sales with a gain of more than 70% on the first day of trading. GDP growth came in well above the always highly accurate economist and analyst estimates, and the payroll number was much better than anyone expected.

Of course, good is the new bad because any sign of economic growth starts another round of taper talk. The market is addicted to cheap money inflating asset values and any discussion of tapering bond-buying creates immediate selling. Listening to the media chatter could easily leave one convinced that the market is a casino populated by raving lunatics....572 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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