Goldman Sachs: “75% of institutional investors think we are still in a bear market. 50% think the lows have not been set.

Goldman sachs did a survey of it’s institutional investors. They said 50% of institutional investors think the lows haven’t been hit… think about that.

Other datapoints:

  • 98% of Goldman Sachs employees are working from home
  • In February, 37% of investors expected the S&P to end the year at 3490
  • ~66% of investors expect stocks to be back up to normal levels by years end
  • 37% think the S&P will be above 2800 by EOY
  • 75% of institutional investors think we are still in a bear market
  • 45% of investors don’t think April economic data matters
  • A lot of eyes are focused on the oil situation.

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