Investor Beat -- September 20, 2013

The following video is from Friday's Investor Beat, in which host Chris Hill, Motley Fool Million Dollar Portfolio advisor Ron Gross, and Motley Fool CEO Tom Gardner sit down to dissect the hardest-hitting investing stories of the day.

Shortly after Fed chief Ben Bernanke's announcement that the Federal Reserve would continue its bond-buying program full steam, officials at the Federal Reserve have said that tapering off of the program could begin in October. In the lead story of today's Investor Beat, the guys discuss the Fed's continuing roller coaster relationship with Wall Street, and how investors should be reacting.

Then, Tom and Ron take a look at nine big-name stocks that are hitting all-time highs at the moment. They discuss why it's a healthy instinct to be apprehensive as stocks reach new highs, and take a look at whether it's time to sell, or if these stocks can push higher.

Finally, Ron discusses why he'll have an eye on Apple's new iPhone sales going into next week, and Tom talks about one Coca-Cola acquisition he'll be following closely.

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