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NOV 05, 2013 - Yahoo! News

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Analysis: U.S. stocks tied to optional consumer spending look expensive

By Caroline Valetkevitch NEW YORK (Reuters) - Companies that sell consumer goods, such as electronics, cars and appliances, are leading the U.S. market in earnings and share gains, but high valuations and fund managers' big weightings in the sector pose major investment risks. Valuations for the S&P consumer discretionary sector, which is the best performing this year, have shot up to a level not seen since the end of 2009, when stocks started to rebound but earnings were still lagging as the recession caused by the financial crisis had just come to an end. Much of the sector's ... Read More

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