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S&P Stocks Hitting New Highs

More than 10% of all S&P 500 stocks hit all-time highs today after the Fed announced its decision to slow its monthly bond purchases.At the close of trading today, 50 stocks in the S&P 500 (INDEXSP:GSPC) - more than 10% of the benchmark index - finished at all-time highs.  Consumer stocks, financial, and industrial names accounted for the bulk of today's new highs.  Clearly investors are psyched about a modest taper beginning next month and an indefinite period of zero-percent interest rate policy:S&P 500 Record HighsTickerSecurityLastChange%Chg(NYSE:TIF)Tiffany & Co.91.471.151.27%(NASDAQ:AMZN)Amazon.com, Inc.395.968.312.14%(NYSE:VFC)V.F. Corporation239.344.271.82%(NASDAQ:NFLX)Netflix, Inc.376.001.130.30%(NYSE:DIS)The Walt Disney Company72.201.542.18%(NYSE:WHR)Whirlpool Corporation156.154.623.05%(NASDAQ:WYNN)Wynn Resorts, Limited186.714.232.32%(NYSE:BWA)BorgWarner Inc.55.860.470.85%(NYSE:KMX)CarMax, Inc.52.520.771.49%(NASDAQ:CMCSA)Comcast Corporation Class A50.271.222.49%(NYSE:SNI)Scri...

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