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Should the Fed’s Words Influence Your Asset Allocations?

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Wed, 26 Sep 2012

Now that many stock funds have risen as much as 125% since the March 2009 lows, and about 15% from the June 1, 2012 low, should investors add to their stock positions, simply do nothing, or perhaps take some off the table? This question becomes even more complicated in light of the Fed’s recent sta

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