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STOCKS INCH CLOSER TO AN ALL-TIME HIGH: Here’s What You Need To Know (DIA, SPY, QQQ)
By admin on January 29, 2013
After a brief pause yesterday, stocks continue their epic rally.
First the scoreboard:
And now the top stories:
- The Dow and S&P 500 are extending their epic post-crisis rallies. And they’re not very from their all-time highs. On October 9, 2007, the Dow closed at 14,164. The S&P 500 closed at 1,565 on that same day.
- The Case-Shiller home price report showed that prices climbed 5.52 percent in November, which was right in line with expectations. This confirmed to everyone that the U.S. housing recovery persists.
- However, the latest reading of consumer confidence kept the optimists in check. The Conference Board’s reading of consumer confidence plunged to 58.6. Economists were looking for 64.0. “The increase in the payroll tax has undoubtedly dampened consumers’ spirits and it may take a while for confidence to rebound and consumers to recover from their initial paycheck shock,” wrote the Conference Board.
- Skeptics are worried that stocks can’t continue this huge rally. But there are also plenty of strategists who see plenty of reasons for more gains. One of the most popular bullish arguments righ now is the idea of a “great rotation” of funds out of bonds and into stocks.
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