Regardless of whether they were asked about equities, real estate, or gold, the results showed that across the board, investors are buying once again, notes Chair and CEO Kim Githler, after unveiling the results of MoneyShow's latest investor sentiment survey.
The market continues on full throttle, despite a tepid economic recovery, although investors would do wise to keep track of the change in market-leading sectors, says Jon Markman of Strategic Advantage.
The stock market has been rallying since 2009, and while it would be normal to think this bull market could end soon, traders should guard against that belief, counsels Greg Capra of Pristine Capital Holdings, Inc.
Probably not as long as investors are sure central bankers will keep pumping money into the financial system. But keep an eye on fixed-income markets for signs that such confidence is waning, writes MoneyShow's Jim Jubak.
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