Investors may not want to admit to thinking bullish, but they're acting bullish, writes Howard...

|By:, SA News Editor

Investors may not want to admit to thinking bullish, but they're acting bullish, writes Howard Marks in his latest letter. Calling them "handcuff volunteers," Marks (talking more about fixed income than stocks) says they feel they have no choice but to move into riskier investments. "Their scramble for return has brought elements of pre-crisis behavior very much back to life."