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Most investors blame the discovery of a new, possibly more-virulent mutation of the coronavirus for the decline in stocks this week. No doubt there is some truth to that, but equally as important was the change in monetary policy enunciated by Jerome Powell, the chairperson of the Federal Reserve Bank, this week.

I have been expecting a shallow pullback in the markets for the past two weeks. Instead, stocks have just climbed higher and higher. They are extended, but history says they can get even more so. As such, I am not holding my breath, or waiting around for it. Whatever pullback does occur should be bought.