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Investment newsletters REALLY bearish — time to buy?

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Wow! Expectations that U.S. stocks will drop at least 10% has risen to the highest levels since April 1984.

In a recent survey of investment newsletters by Investors Intelligence, Bloomberg reports that:

The following are results from Investors Intelligence’s
analysis of investment newsletters for Jan. 27 through
yesterday. The company determines the proportion of writers who
are bullish and bearish on U.S. stocks, as well as the
percentage who anticipate a correction, or 10 percent decline,
in the market.

           This Week   Prior Week    Comments
Bullish      38.9%        40.0%      Lowest since July 21
Bearish      22.2%        23.3%      Lowest in two weeks
Correction   38.9%        36.7%      Highest since April 1984

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