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Still hoping for that cleanout on the downside.
Everyone keeps betting on an upside breakout.
Not necessarily a good thing for a market.
Sentiment indicators showing it may be short-lived.
Bears still hibernating as we await bigger breakouts.
As range gets smaller, buy vs. sell becomes a stalemate.
Stocks aren't going in the direction you'd expect.
That said, we're heading to an overbought condition early this week.
There's complacency all over the place.
| Apr 09, 2015
| 6:37 AM EDT
This week's AAII sentiment echoes my columns of the last few days: everyone is rather complacent in the 'neutr...

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