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Greg Feirman

I love this decile analysis. Doesn't this suggest investors are bottom fishing, buying the most beaten up stocks, rather than betting on a rebound in the economy? Supports the view that the recent move is more of bounce, to me.


Looking at the stocks above that recently have had the best percentage price gains coming out of a beaten down phase, they largely appear to be ones associated with the long slide of the housing and finance sectors.

Is it generally true (during other corrections followed by rallies) that the best performers during that rally are the stocks that are long term underperformers or are they more typically overbought stocks with high relative price strength (during the previous six to twelve months) that might have suffered only recently from fear and profit taking?

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