Investors are in a historically rotten mood. Their three biggest fears are overblown, strategist says.

Investors are in a historically rotten mood. Their three biggest fears are overblown, strategist says.
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The American Association of Individual Investors has been tracking retail sentiment since 1987, and this week, wow has that mood been rotten. In a note to clients, Truist Advisory Services chief market strategist Keith Lerner takes on three of the biggest concerns that investors have — and why he’s bullish anyway. The first is the idea of peak economic growth being reached.

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