Mar 07, 2016

The Most Loved Stock Market Rally In History | Zero Hedge

Via Dana Lyons' Tumblr,  One survey recently recorded the highest level of expectations for a market rally in its (admittedly brief) history. Not too long ago, stock market bulls were fond of dubbing this cyclical rally “the most hated bull market in history”. The premise was that, despite the considerable gains accrued by the market since the 2009 lows, investors were relatively slow to embrace...

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