Hedge Fund News From HedgeCo.Net

Active fund managers in the U.S. and Europe have slashed their equity holdings — giving some Wall Street players confidence stocks have further room to run.

(Bloomberg) That may sound counter-intuitive at first. But the reasoning is based on a well-established fear dogging this long-lived bull market: crowding, or the risk the investing herd will exacerbate sell-offs when volatility erupts.

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