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S&P 500 at no Real Risk of a Turn Lower

S&P 500 at no Real Risk of a Turn Lower

David Rodriguez, Head of Product
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SPX500Retail CFD speculators recently hit their most short the SPX500contract on record, giving us steady contrarian signal that the S&P 500 may continue higher.

Trade Implications SPX500Crowds have remained short the SPX500 contract since November of last year when the S&P 500 set a lasting bottom. We’ll need to see a substantial shift in retail sentiment before believing that equity markets see any material risk of reversal, and indeed it seems relatively safe buying into SPX500 declines until further notice.

--- Written by David Rodriguez, Quantitative Strategist for

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