One year into the pandemic and investors are at their most bullish in 11 months. That’s according to the most recent survey of Investopedia’s daily newsletter readers, who we have been surveying since before the pandemic was officially declared on March 13. The global economic recovery spurred on by the mass vaccination efforts across major global economies and the likely passage of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan is behind investors’ surge in enthusiasm—but they’ve been bullish all along, except for about three weeks early last.
Readers Have Been Bullish For Nearly a Year Now
As economies reopen and more people receive the vaccine, our readers’ enthusiasm for stocks is at a 12-month high. They are not alone, as surveys of institutional investors as well as other measures of optimism, like the put-to-call ratio, are all showing similar signs of euphoria. Read more…..
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Jeff Bezos, CEO and Founder, Amazon, speaks with Economic Club president David M. Rubenstein on Thursday, September 13, 2018.