What will happen to stock prices when the Fed turns off the money press?
Consumer spending is getting a boost from lower energy prices.
Google still has big growth potential with its product lineup.
With volatility rising, we are shifting to a more defensive posture.
Cash and oil are the best place to be post-Fed easing.
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Eliminated were holdings in materials and utilities.