Three Strategists Share This Concern About Stocks

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June 9 (Bloomberg) -- On today’s “Insight & Action,” Bloomberg Television's “Money Clip” Host Adam Johnson looks at investor sentiment. (Source: Bloomberg)

Message, they are a little concerned.

I do not often get three similar e-mails from three separate and unrelated strategists.

Momentum and small cap stocks are no longer leaving.

That is lagging the larger market.

That is a bit of a concern.

We are right for a pullback, conditions remind him of last september's market right before the decline.

We are talking about a four percent pullback, that is real.

That would make us flat on the year.

Bullishness in the 90&5th percentile.

That is historically bagd for stocks.

What does that look like?

We're showing you.

You can go back to 2006 to get the perspective.

A lot of old, not enough pairs.

Everyone is in and have been in for a long time.

All of this argues for going out and buying puts.

Volatility, your single biggest options model.

You can go out and buy a july 1 35356 put, that is pretty cheap and that is the whole point.

Thank you.

They call it the most unloved bull market in history for a reason.

If you're looking at europe,

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