Stocks: "The Best Game in Town"

If energy prices don't spike, the market looks unbeatable for returns on your investment, believes money manager Stephen Leeb

The only threat that could stall the stock market's rise is higher energy prices, says Stephen Leeb, president of New York investment company Leeb Capital Management. Even after the recent rise, price-earnings (p-e) ratios aren't too lofty when you consider that inflation is little more than 1% and interest rates are close to 50-year lows, he notes.

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