Investors continue to do what they do best: react to price changes. Prices are up over the last 3 weeks and as expected, investors have become increasingly bullish. Is it time to join the party and bet the farm? Some investors seem to think so. While it does take bulls to make a bull market, there is no indication at this point that this scenario will unfold. For now, investor sentiment is neutral and not worthy of betting the farm.
"There was little change week-over-week as insider sentiment remained in a Bearish Bias zone. Sellers outnumbered buyers more than 3-to-1 and have now been the dominant transactee every week since the beginning of September 2010 (31 weeks). No one sector stood out in terms of sentiment as activity was democratically dispersed. Transactional volume was seasonally light and will decrease further over the next few weeks as companies prepare to announce Q1'11 earnings."