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"Most-Hated Rally Ever?" - Bear Fund Traders Go Into Hibernation

Via Dana Lyons' Tumblr, Assets in bearish mutual funds just dropped to the lowest level since the onset of the August 2015 market rout. One way to measure potential risk in the stock market is via sentiment, i.e., the level of investor bullishness, bearishness, etc. There are countless sentiment indicators in existence, but 2 main types, surveys and real-money indicators.
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