Can Stocks Continue To Sprint Higher In the Face of Greece?Mark Melin
Is the latest move higher in stocks, coming amid Greek uncertainty and a likely 2015 Fed rate hike, a false positive in an overall downtrend? Or is fighting through such strong headwinds a sign of real strength in the market? Raymond James Chief Investment Strategist Jeffrey Saut, who made the call along with Paul Tudor Jones on the 1987 stock market crash, thinks he has the answer and comes down on both sides of the issue.
Market internals don't support argument for a move to new stock . . .
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