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Use Looming Dip to Scoop Up Stocks Before Inflation Hits

By    |   Friday, 10 February 2012 01:35 PM

We have seen an impressive run in U.S. stocks in the past few weeks. Despite all of the bad news out of Europe and the like, the markets have used this as a typical “wall of worry” to climb in price in recent weeks.

The Nasdaq 100 broke out to multiyear highs. Many sectors have broken out to new highs as well. But I expect pullbacks of 3 percent to 7 percent in the coming weeks.

Gold and gold stocks rallied strongly from their December lows. Solar stocks (which I discussed months ago) have bounced strongly. However, now is time for a pause.

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Recent news about an impasse in Greek austerity measures and another strike in Greece is probably going to be a cause for a pullback in the markets.

However after such a pullback, I still think we will see a continuation of this rally in the spring. Therefore, I would look for sectors and stocks you like to buy amid such a pullback.

My favorites remain energy, alternative energies, gold and precious metals, which I think will all resume their bull runs sometime by late winter into the spring.

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Governments are going to continue to print money so I am more biased toward inflation-oriented plays that will benefit from more inflation going forward.

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