The Federal Open Market Committee appears poised to announce the conclusion of the U.S. Federal Reserve’s current quantitative-easing program, aka QE3+, Wednesday. If the FOMC does it, then I believe the present equity-market bubble may begin deflating immediately thereafter. If the FOMC does not do it, then I think the stock-market bubble might remain inflated a while longer.
Meanwhile, our droogies at Seeking Alpha published this month 13 of my articles focused on the behaviors of carefully chosen exchange-traded funds during the first three quarters of the year. I employ multiple metrics to monitor 12 of these ETFs on a daily basis and one of them on a periodic basis because I believe their relative performances speak volumes about the condition of the market. Below are links to all these stories:
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