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Not only has a string of record-high closes fueled the talk, but meteoric moves by a handful of hot stocks has drawn many observers to conclude that the end is near for a bull market that will turn five years old this March. old bull Wall Street veteran Jeff Saut disagrees. The chief investment strategist at Raymond James Financial has seen his share of bubbles over a long illustrious career and says, contrary to all the hype, the label just doesn’t fit this time, especially for the Nasdaq ( ^IXIC ) which is flirting with 4,000 for the first time in 13 years. I dont think youre in a bubble, Saut says in the attached video. The equity markets care only if things are getting better or getting worse he adds, and I think things, especially in technology, are getting better. To that point, this Florida-based market watcher says unlike the so-called dot-com bubble of 1999, where unknown and unprofitable companies were getting bid-up for things such as eyeball counts, this market is much more reasonable in term of valuations and real metrics. If you look at it, relative to the other nine macro sectors, technology is fairly cheap, he says, noting that, save for a handful of super hot winners, the majority of tech names, particularly big old players like IBM ( IBM ), are still cheap.
The Standard & Poor’s 500 index slipped 0.2%, or 3.66 points to 1,787.87 and the Nasdaq composite index dropped 0.4%, or 17.52 points to 3,931.55. MORE: Wall Street eyes more stock gains in 2014 Retail sales had the biggest upward shift in four months, the Commerce Department reported Wednesday. Sales rose 0.4% in October, but that number is even better if the steep drop in gas prices is excluded. Removing sales at gas stations, retail spending increased 0.5%. Cheap gas also helped to keep inflation in check.
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In this interim period Google Inc (NASDAQ: GOOG) did provide a native app that iPhone users continued to use as a web version of Google Inc (NASDAQ: GOOG) Maps, but the new app. is definitely faster, better and has more features. It also has Street View, where one can see what their destination looks like and gives information on the public transit: bus lines, subways and commuter rails .The same information on Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) Maps is provided by a third party which might not be easily accessible.
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