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S&P Is Not GDP

Weekly Economic Commentary

November 3, 2014 - HIGHLIGHTS

It is important to recognize that the S&P 500 is not GDP. S&P 500 companies have different drivers for earnings than the components that drive GDP.

The backdrop of solid business spending within a slower trajectory of overall GDP growth can be a favorable one for the stock market.

Although stocks are at the low end of our target 10–15% S&P 500 return range for 2014, we see further gains between now and year end as likely, with profit growth as a primary driver.

 

 

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