Investors seem on edge as the equity market continues to digest gains achieved so far this year. The recent market weakness seems to have investors on edge with some of the below article links noting this shift in investor sentiment. This type of indicator tends to be a contrarian one. Economic climates outside the U.S. seem to be stabilizing if not improving, specifically in Europe and the U.K.
- Pick-up In Euro Area Growth Is Good News, But... (AlphaNow)
- Flash PMI Reports across Europe to confirm eurozone economic recovery is real (Business Insider)
- Who Really Owns the U.S. National Debt? (Political Calculations)
- Many anticipating a correction, is this bullish for stocks? (A Dash of Insight)
- The march to cash is on ( InvestmentNews)
- A look at industry attractiveness (The Aleph Blog)
- Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. The fearful are caught as often as the bold.—Helen Keller (Systematic Relative Strength)
- Is Ben Bernanke Monitoring This [Unemployment] Chart? (Bespoke Investment Group)
- Not a Pretty Housing Report Last Week (StreetSmartPost)
- The Retirement Savings Crisis (National Institute On Retirement Security)
Patience May Well Win the Retirement Race.
- Patience May Well Win the Retirement Race (HORAN Associates Blog)