The Daily Dose: Even Words Won't Break the Market

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Brian Sozzi

 | Jul 10, 2014 | 10:00 AM EDT
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"Participants also discussed whether some recent trends in financial markets might suggest that investors were not appropriately taking account of risks in their investment decisions. In particular, low implied volatility in equity, currency and fixed-income markets as well as signs of increased risk-taking were viewed by some participants as an indication that market participants were not factoring in sufficient uncertainty about the path of the economy and monetary policy."

And those are basically the most relevant words of the Fed minutes. Well, were they? Not according to the market, which chose to once again focus on the positives. Not even a suggestion by the Fed of quantitative easing ending (for the time being) in October was able to derail the stock market. What in the world is going on here?...457 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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