I have been reading analysts’ commentaries or analysis pieces regarding the direction that the Singapore Stocks Markets will take. On one camp, I read that some analysts pointed out that the US Federal Reserves will not scale back on the Quantitative Easing (QE) yet as the US economic data still point to an economy that needs the Federal Reserves’ US$85 million bonds buying stimulus. On the other camp, I read that some analysts are saying it is not a matter of when the scaling back of the QE moves will take place but a matter of how much the scaling back of the QE moves is. A figure that I keep reading about is US$65 million, the amount that the QE moves will taper to, according to some analysts. Analysts who believe in the QE tapering think that the scaling back will occur after the Federal Reserves’ meeting in the …