Daily Report : Foreign investors keep plowing money into U.S. stocks; Options traders pull back
Over the past year, foreign investors have shoveled nearly $200 billion into U.S. stocks, challenging a 40-year high. As a percentage of total market capitalization, though, it's only modestly extreme and is not enough to indicate excessive optimism and lower forward returns.; Last week, the smallest of options traders pulled back on their speculative activity. Call buying was less prevalent, but over the past 10 weeks, it still rivals the most aggressive behavior in 20 years.
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