AAII U.S. Investor Sentiment Bearish Readings

AAII U.S. Investor Sentiment Bearish Readings The AAII Bearish Sentiment continues to be below its historical average, suggesting that AAII investors hold an optimistic view of the short-term stock market outlook. Image: The Daily Shot

AAII Investor Sentiment Bull Minus Bear Spread

AAII Investor Sentiment Bull Minus Bear Spread The AAII investor sentiment bull minus bear spread, which is in the 91th percentile, raises legitimate concerns that the market may be overheating. Image: Deutsche Bank Asset Allocation

AAII U.S. Investor Sentiment Bull – Bear Spread

AAII U.S. Investor Sentiment Bull – Bear Spread The current AAII U.S. investor sentiment bull-bear spread reflects a state of FOMO, suggesting heightened optimism and raising concerns about potential market overheating. Image: The Daily Shot

Combined AAII & II Sentiment

Combined AAII & II Sentiment Investor sentiment (AAII and II) is currently far from extremely bearish. Image: Topdown Charts

AAII Cash Allocations

AAII Cash Allocations High levels of cash allocations by AAII members can be a good contrarian indicator. Image: Topdown Charts

AAII Bullish Sentiment

AAII Bullish Sentiment Individual investor sentiment must improve significantly if the current uptrend in U.S. stock prices is more than just a typical bear market rally. Image: BofA Global Research