This is the second time I have read about how thin the trading is on this market rally.
[Citi, Wells Fargo, Bank America....] are 80% of all trades in the market and the total market volume is less than half of what it was back then. In other words, you’ve got half the market participation of what it was and of that half, 80% of it is concentrated in less than half a dozen financial firms.
So, retail market participation is 10% of what it was? (20% of 50% = 10%)
Sounds like ideal investing conditions to me -- not...