Doug Kass wonders whether weak sentiment works as a contrarian indicator anymore, listing a...
Doug Kass wonders whether weak sentiment works as a contrarian indicator anymore, listing a slate of perfectly sensible reasons for folks having low expectations for stock returns. Of course, at market extremes (low or high), the reasons always seem sensible. It sounds like Kass answered his own question.
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