Unloading stocks because of what Janet Yellen might say is not a good idea.
If Yellen talks of a rosier outlook, investors should brace for a dip.
The indexes' positive tone shifted in the last two days.
Chinese stimulus money could be pushing up home prices everywhere, and bringing the spoils right back to China.
It could well be the stock market, not the Fed, that is driving our retail and services.
With the economy stagnating and a disaster on its hands, Italy should turn to the EU.
High historical valuation keeps our intermediate-term view at 'neutral.'
The technology could mean banks would not necessarily have to move to the EU.
The housing sector is marching on, pulling the economy along.
In investing, there are ways to know, and I know.

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