Good economic data continue to come in and support our thesis that U.S. growth is entering a durable uptrend. And this week, the Federal Reserve modestly dialled back its asset purchases, while reassuring markets that capital will be available at low rates for the foreseeable future. We also read positive news from other parts of the world. We believe that markets can likely be gradually weaned off QE without an interest-rate spike -- but we are watching carefully for signs that spike may be nearing. While we anticipate a 10 to 15 percent correction sometime in 2014, we think that the year as a whole will see markets rise.
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