Salient to Investors:
Terry Morris at National Penn Investors Trust said Wal-Mart’s sales slowdown indicates the consumer is not as ready to come back as Wall Street was hoping, meaning the market may be a little ahead of itself.
John Stoltzfus at Oppenheimer said the market is pausing with perhaps a modest downside bias ahead of the March 1 deadline in Washington.
The S&P 500 is at 15 times reported earnings, below its 6-decade average of 16.4.
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