Investors are becoming as bullish as they were in October, 2007, a reason for caution, says Raymond James, which notes that its volatility index is at the levels last seen in April before a 17% correction. Capital markets stocks are attractive, and so may be energy and metals. The move toward international financial regulatory reform may be stalled.

Jeffrey D. Saut, Raymond James Investment Strategy

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