On Wednesday, pro traders were talking about money flows and which stocks were most likely to attract new buyers after the S&P 500 climbed to a new all-time high.
The bullish sentiment was ignited, at least in part, by the Federal Reserve minutes which were unexpectedly released hours early.
Essentially those minutes suggest to pros that Fed will keep its quantitative easing program, known as "QE", in place for some time.
If the Fed remains committed to keeping interest rates low, the prevailing belief on Wall Street is that in their quest for yield, investors will rotate into dividend paying stocks. (Read More: You Must Understand This About Stock Yields)
In fact, big cap dividend payers have been leading the rally. Of course, after the big run, not all dividend paying stocks may attract buyers equally.