Throughout September, a monster rally for stock assets captured most of the headlines. Nevertheless, commodities, corporate bonds, high-yield bonds, foreign currencies -- heck, most real estate investment trusts -- are all logging 52-week highs.The "all-assets-are-climbing" phenomenon goes hand-in-hand with the Fed's implied use of additional quantitative easing. Simply stated, the Fed's planned monetary stimulus to buy U.S. treasuries and/or mortgage-backed securities yet again, even while interest rates are already at an effective rate of 0%, further devalues the U.S. dollar; not surprisingly, the ultrastimulative monetary policy entices investors to buy anything other than the U.S. dollar -- from the least risky to the most risky.
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