NEW YORK (Real Money) -- Don't look at gift horse after gift horse in the mouth!
Do not care where it comes from, whether it is from the Fed, or Draghi, or Japan. Just remember that these spurs allow you to focus on earnings and what's going on in the real corporate world, which is, quite simply, fantastic.
Here's what the central banks do. They allow you to make judgments about stocks without you needing to think much about the alternatives, because the alternatives are dangerous and overvalued.
Is that bad? Is that a mistake?
Now, let's understand. If your company's doing terribly, your shares aren't going down. If expectations are too high and you do in line, your stocks will go down.
But good numbers?
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