US Market = Least Ugly. Go with it for now ...
Europe is still Europe. Their crisis is still a crisis. Meanwhile the US is winning the least-ugly contest, for now. A report on ETF flows showed "investors poured almost $15 billion into equities in the past week, about $11 billion of that in U.S. stock funds alone." Sure, the Federal Reserve's QE3 announcement deserves much credit. It is likely investors will continue to prefer US equities over international equities, namely Europe.
Here two key reasons why US stocks are attractive to some analysts:
Market Vitals | 26 September 2012 [http://blackswantrading.squarespace.com/storage/market-vitals/092612_mv_US_least_ugly.pdf] ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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