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CFTC data shows the small speculator as the only net long in S&P futures contracts, with the...

CFTC data shows the small speculator as the only net long in S&P futures contracts, with the commercials and large specs on the other side of the trade. It's not immediately bearish, says Peter Brandt, as small specs sometimes get it right, but when this group is the only net long, things could move quickly if the market does turn down.
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  • Hypnos7
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    So, in the end, does QE enhance or erode confidence in the stock market?
    30 Apr 2012, 08:42 AM Reply Like
  • WillOHara
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    I'd am curious to find more information on this data. Is commerical FLAT or are they short?
    2 May 2012, 11:54 AM Reply Like
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