- A change in focus from Federal policy to economic and corporate earnings growth should be better for active portfolio management.
- When the market is focused on broad topics like risk and Fed policy, the tide tends to lift or sink all boats.
- A greater focus on economic growth and earnings should lead to significantly more differentiation between securities.
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