The Biggest Market Story of 2013

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In this video from Friday's Investor Beat, host Chris Hill and Motley Fool Million Dollar Portfolio and Inside Value analyst Ron Gross take a look back at the most important stories of 2013 for investors.

Despite myriad doom-and-gloom macroeconomic and political stories emerging in 2013, the markets surged upward 30% this year, making it an incredible year for investors. But does this big run-up show that we're in a bubble, and about to careen off the cliff of a major market correction? Ron talks investors through what he thinks of the market today, and whether he sees a bubble in today's valuations. He also discusses the Fed and its recent quantitative easing program that has been keeping interest rates at rock-bottom levels, and how that could affect the market when that program comes to an end.

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