Funny to wake up after yesterday’s selloff to see two such diametrically opposed views from major investment houses:

 

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Category: Analysts, Sentiment

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2 Responses to “Wall St Bullishness vs Equities Complacency”

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  2. MonkeyBrains says:

    Barry! Why do you post this stuff? I don’t want to have to think for myself. Since when can we trust what “Wall Street” financial institutions say on a survey? And what “indicators” were used to measure the “complacency of equities”; the Vix, the Skew, a crystal ball? So is Wall Street putting their money where the herd’s mouth isn’t? Or, are the equity markets being greedy just when Wall Street is being fearful?