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Should We Worry That Short-Selling Is At Its Lowest Level Since The Internet Bubble?

Investors Have Seldom Been So Bullish

Photo by Adam Nieścioruk on Unsplash

S&P 500 short interest has declined to all-time lows and now rests at levels last seen at the peak of the internet bubble era.

The low short interest level attests to the pervasively bullish view currently held by both institutional…

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Jonathan Baird CFA

Jonathan Baird CFA

PUBLISHER OF THE GLOBAL INVESTMENT LETTER. AWARD-WINNING MONEY MANAGER. SPEAKER ON GEOPOLITICS AND MARKETS. www.globalinvestmentletter.com

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