The S&P shooting so far ahead of Wall Street strategist targets is a bit of a warning sign,...


The S&P shooting so far ahead of Wall Street strategist targets is a bit of a warning sign, says Jason Goepfert. Stocks typically lag the naturally bullish group and the rare times they surprise higher often signal the sort of too far too fast action that leads to rocky times going forward.

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    You think? No one dares to say "Sell" for fear of corporate backlash! And being blamed for yelling fire in the theatre!
    28 Sep 2012, 03:31 PM Reply Like
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