It's no secret the retail trader is sitting this rally out. The massive inflows into bond funds and outflows from U.S. equity funds are well documented. From a longer-term perspective, this sideline money could represent future buying power. But, in the long term, we are all dead ... so what's going to move this market now? Two words -- hedge funds.
In this edition of TraderTV, Ryan Detrick and I discuss how hedge funds have underperformed this market, are underexposed, and could be the fuel to keep this rally going. Let's take a look at what we covered:
Bottom line: hedge funds have been underexposed and that could be bullish for this market.
Oh, and one last thing. In this week's video, we debut a new "Top Tweets of the Week" segment. If you want to see what Bill Gross and Chuck Norris have in common, I wouldn't miss it.
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