Stocks Sentiment Via Pros

Top CNBC headline: Even Pros Don’t Like Stocks: Could That Be Bullish Sign?

Wall Street strategists are the most negative they’ve been on stocks since the bull market began more than three years ago.

The consensus view of U.S. equity strategists from major banks is for investors to allocate just 52 percent of their portfolio to stocks and the rest to fixed income, commodities or cash, according to a Bloomberg survey.

This is the lowest allocation for stocks since the nearly 50 percent level that the survey reached back in March 2009.

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