But they think that - when the spigot is turned off - the market will tank.
Stocks tend to preform well during inflationary periods.
For more on inflation versus deflation, see this.
Vincent Deluard - a strategist for TrimTabs Investment Research (25% of the top 50 hedge funds in the world use TrimTabs' research for market timing) - said last month:
Some believe that the Feds aren't buying, but that they have intentionally showered the big banks with money, and encouraged the banks to buy. In other words, they argue that the Feds are indirectly promoting a stock market rally.
As Denninger wrote yesterday: