Bank Of America's Sell Side Indicator Shows Wall Street Is Not Optimistic

Bank of America’s Sell Side Indicator, a measure of Wall Street’s bullishness, rose by 0.5 to 54, its highest level since March 2014 during May. While it may seem like all of Wall Street is bullish on equities as the market continues to grind higher every day, this indicator shows that the sell side is, in fact, neutral on many stocks, and sentiment towards equities is only improving on Wall Street, not running away.


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