BALTIMORE (Stockpickr) -- QE3 isn't coming for investors -- at least not yet. Here's why you shouldn't care.
There's been a lot of talk about QE3, the nickname for the Fed's next projected round of monetary easing. Put simply, it's a program where the Fed starts buying financial assets in an attempt to stimulate the economy. While the idea of QE3 was unthinkable in the first few months of 2012, it became a big buzzword again as soon as Mr. Market crapped out in April.
So what's wrong with the Fed swooping in to save stocks? For starters, that's not what the Fed cares about.
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