RED ALERT: The public now has one of the largest short positions in history!
The following commentary is from Jason Goepfert at SentimenTrader: According to the latest data from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, small speculators are now back to net short, valued at about $4.2 billion against the indexes (see stunning chart below).
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SentimenTrader continues: This week, the percentage dropped to -10% for one of the few times since 1993 (see remarkable chart below).
The main reason for considering this to be notable now is that for the past six years, when small specs pressed their bets against stocks using leveraged futures, stocks rallied strongly. Of course, the big danger now is that we’re no longer in the same market environment as the prior six years, and that is a very real danger.
King World News note: The bottom line here is that the bears need to keep a close eye on the tape to see if a manufactured and significant rally will be unleashed in order to create a major short squeeze in the Dow and the S&P to wipe out the public’s large short position before the next major leg to the downside unfolds.
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