BAML's sell-side indicator - measuring the attitudes of sell-side strategists - continues to...


BAML's sell-side indicator - measuring the attitudes of sell-side strategists - continues to flash a major contrarian buy signal for stocks as the Fed's QE is unable to budge the record-high bearish tilt of the group. (previous)

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  • phorque
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    I'm curious...why is it that all the bulls on the equity markets claim that there is an enormous amount of bearish sentiment among one group or another? But all bears point to the excessive bullishness of some different group or another.

     

    Take a look at the COT for mini-spu's and mini-q's. Interesting isn't it?
    3 Oct 2012, 05:11 AM Reply Like
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