The Financial Index: Monday, Feb. 27

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The Financial Index is Daily Capital’s roundup of our Editor’s Picks for the day — featured trends and market analysis from around the Web.

Gas Prices Signal Tsunami of Inflation

USA Watchdog: Signs show that the Fed already has informally entered a third round of quantitative easing, according to Greg Hunter. The result will be higher inflation reflecting that facing Europe.

Falling Oil Lifts Wall St. to Highest Since 2008

4-Traders: The S&P 500 reached the highest level since mid-2008. The milestone was reached amongst a one percent drop in oil prices and good news from the housing market.

Blue Gold: Will Investing in Water Stocks Be the Next Big Thing

Motley Fool: For over ten years that water sector has consistently outperformed the S&P. How do you get in on these lucrative stocks? Alexander Crawford explains.

Euphoria Over Greek Debt Deal Fades

The Daily Reckoning: Since the deal to bail out the Greek debt passed the market has been acting strangely as people try to figure out exactly what it means for the US economy.

Apple Proves Again Just How Smart It Is

The Motley Fool: Apple is giving its shareholders a say in tho serves on the board. Forced or not, this is a great move for the already loved company.

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