There is currently some cautious optimism that we have indeed avoided the worst case scenarios that we faced at the end of last year and that the economy will begin recovering later this year. Let's hope that's true. If so, we can then begin worrying about what the after-effects of the Fed's aggressive actions will be, and I am certain there will be some. The question is: how bad will these secondary effects be? And what should we, as investors, do about them?
For now, let's enjoy the ride up as long as it lasts.