Mutual fund investors, long the face of
Investors have withdrawn
The selling of U.S. stocks signals that
The broad U.S. market has also gone 32 months without a correction, a drop of 10% or more. On average, corrections happen every 18 months.
The cautiousness on
Last week, more than 62% of professional investment advisers that publish market-related newsletters said they are "bullish" -- the highest level since
The market has exceeded the pros' expectations: Standard & Poor's 500-stock index's
Adams told clients Wednesday that "further near-term market gains may be dependent on the retail investor putting money to work in stocks." At the moment, they are doing the opposite.
On Wednesday, the Dow fell 102 points to 16,844.
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