Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Wall Street's Summer of Pain For Stocks Yet To Be Confirmed By Message of The Market

One of the most hated stock market rallies continues to defy the logic and expectations of the majority. Analysts from the big three investment houses are bearish, so naturally this makes investors fearful. The latest Review of Sentiment confirms it. While growing fear is bullish, only a select minority understands it. The only expert that matters is the message of the market. While Review of SP500 and Review of Sentiment define a bull phase/opportunity, only a select minority recognize it through confusion of the daily chatter.

Headline: Wall Street banks see a painful summer for stocks ahead

If you gathered a group of stock analysts in a room, odds are each analyst would have a different view on the market.

So when analysts from three big investment banks are on the same page, it might pay to listen.

Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan are all urging investors to rotate out of equities because they see a painful summer ahead.



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