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If Everyone Is Looking for a Correction, That's Bullish, Right?

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Oftentimes, when everyone is thinking one way, it pays to go the other way.

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Here's a quick chart and post that caught my eye today.

The Investors Intelligence poll just came out and the number of those polled looking for a "correction" is up to 35.4%. Why is this significant, you ask? Well, going back the past few years this has marked some pretty nice buying opportunities. Sure, it isn't perfect, but it still looks a lot better than a coin flip.



At Schaeffer's, we've noted time and time again, when everyone thinks one way, it pays to go the other way. This is yet another sign July could see a bounce. I do lean higher in July, but think bigger picture it'll take a few more months of choppy frustration before a better buy signal later this year.

Enjoy the holiday and good luck trading.

This article by Ryan Detrick, CMT was originally published on Schaeffer's Investment Research.

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