Bernanke's Losing Battle?

The following video is from Wednesday's Investor Beat,  in which host Chris Hill and analysts Matt Koppenheffer and Matt Argersinger dissect the hardest-hitting investing stories of the day.

Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke testified before Congress today and said that the U.S. job market is still weak. Bernanke said it's too soon for the Fed to end its stimulus program. What do Bernanke's comments mean for investors? Where can investors find value when the Fed does begin winding down its quantitative-easing policies? In this installment of Investor Beat, Motley Fool analysts Matt Koppenheffer and Matt Argersinger tackle those questions, as well as take a look at the four biggest movers on Wednesday's market, and highlighting two stocks that they're going to be watching closely later this week.

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