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What Market Sentiment Tells Me about Today’s Market

With last week ranking as the worst for the S&P 500 since 2012, the bears are out in full force.

By some measures, market sentiment has not been this negative since August 2011.

Market sentiment occupies a curious position in investing.

In many ways, it is the red-headed stepchild of stock market investing.

In a world awash and bedazzled by complex financial models, gauging market sentiment doesn’t seem as legitimate, as, say, fundamental or even technical analysis.

That’s ironic.

Read more about how gauging market sentiment can be a useful investment tool at Eagle Daily Investor.

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In a world awash and bedazzled by complex financial models, gauging market sentiment doesn't seem as legitimate, as, say, fundamental or even technical analysis.

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What Market Sentiment Tells Me about Today??s Market

In a world awash and bedazzled by complex financial models, gauging market sentiment doesn’t seem as legitimate, as, say, fundamental or even technical analysis.

With last week ranking as the worst for the S&P 500 since 2012, the bears are out in full force.

By some measures, market sentiment has not been this negative since August 2011.

Market sentiment occupies a curious position in investing.

In many ways, it is the red-headed stepchild of stock market investing.

In a world awash and bedazzled by complex financial models, gauging market sentiment doesn’t seem as legitimate, as, say, fundamental or even technical analysis.

That??s ironic.

Read more about how gauging market sentiment can be a useful investment tool at Eagle Daily Investor.

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Nicolas A. Vardy is the London-based International Economics Correspondent for Human Events.

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