Articles belonging to ‘Sentiment Survey’

Impact of Japanese earthquake and Libyan civil war weighs on markets

April 2011 by CI Staff

Events in Middle East Roil Markets, Investor Sentiment

March 2011 by CI Staff
Geopolitical developments have been weighing on the markets over the last few weeks.

January Effect Fuels Investor Optimism

February 2011 by CI Staff
Investors were able to celebrate a happy new year in the market too, as 2010’s late-year rally carried over to January.

Santa Claus Rally Buoys Investor Sentiment

January 2011 by CI Staff
The market continued its late-year run, driving market indexes such as the S&P 500 near two-year highs.

Investors Remain Optimistic in Face of Market Pullback

December 2010 by CI Staff
All good things much come to an end. Last month I mentioned the fact that the broad market indexes were in the midst of a 10-week run of gains. Like clockwork, the markets took a breather, logging two straight weeks of declines. Predictably, investor sentiment dipped along with the markets.

Bullish Sentiment Remains Strong

November 2010 by CI Staff

Sentiment goes from one extreme to the other

October 2010 by CI Staff

Sentiment rollercoaster ride continues

September 2010 by CI Staff
August brought many investors back to reality following July’s market rebound, as the markets continued their summer carnival ride. The Wilshire 5000 dipped nearly 5% as renewed worries of a double-dip recession weighed heavily on the markets.

Bullish sentiment rises off of near-historical lows

August 2010 by CI Staff

July 2, 2010: Neutral sentiment rises through June

July 2010 by CI Staff

Bullish sentiment flat for month as market volatility increases

May 2010 by CI Staff
Bullish sentiment flat for month as market volatility increases

Bearish sentiment rises to 5-month high

April 2010 by CI Staff
Bearish sentiment, on the rise through the month of May, fell 10 percentage points the first week of June