Wall Street 2018: Calm Markets Often End In Stock Storm


It’s ugly. I’ve been in the markets for almost 20 years, and I’ve never seen such a hostile relationship between stock market bulls and bears. It’s getting personal. People are getting unfollowed and blocked on Twitter. Reputational capital is a bit like real capital in that it is to be conserved and not spent too foolishly. But people have been spraying it all over the internet — with potentially disastrous results.

The divide can be seen in the American Association of Individual Investors survey, which shows the percentage of respondents who are "neutral" on the outlook for stocks falling toward historical lows. In other words, people either have very strong bullish or very strong bearish leanings. There is no middle ground. 


The bulls are in the midst of one of the greatest winning streaks of all time, and are acting like it’s just getting started. The bears have a reputation for sounding smarter, and are in possession of every reason in the world why stocks should decline, but they are powerless to stop the wall of money flowing into the market, often into indexes.

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Source : https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2018-07-19/the-stock-market-is-fostering-a-lot-of-animosity

It’s Just the Stock Market. Please Calm Down.
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