If Investors Are All In, Who Is Left To Buy?

One of the most difficult aspects of investing is taking the temperature of the average investor. The typical investor tends to follow the market with a lag. They generally do not buy a stock or mutual fund at the bottom. Rather, they buy after a trend is in place. This tends to work for a while if one buys in the middle of the cycle, but disastrous if one buys at the end of the cycle.

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