This Is Why The “Pros” Are Short Small Caps But Long The S&P

This Is Why The “Pros” Are Short Small Caps But Long The S&P

Over the weekend, I said the following about the most recent CFTC data which showed specs going net short Russell 2000 minis versus increasing long S&P futs to the highest level since September: I’ve noticed over the past couple of days that some commentators are cherry-picking the latest CFTC data which, as Bloomberg notes, shows that specs “turned outright bearish on small-cap stocks for the first time since the November election [as hedge funds] went net short Russell 2000 minis by 1
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