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  • Look for any piece of news that smacks of an improving economy to send stocks falling next week, warns CNBC's Jim Cramer. Why? Big money investors will interpret any positive economic signs as a signal that the Fed is about to pull back economic stimulus rather than risk runaway inflation. Still, he says, there may be opportunities in the pullback, particularly in the bank, tech and industrial spaces. Just says away from anything with a higher yield, like utilities and MLP's. [View news story]
    If the price of VZ were to go up over the 10 years, then that would lower the risk of holding this stock. Would that not increase the marginal utility of the VZ yield? Is that not a way for equalizing marginal utility instead of VZ's yield having to increase?
    Jun 1, 2013. 12:23 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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