Neutrality Carries the Day in Poll

A neutral outlook wins out over bullishness and bearishness in TheStreet.com RealMoney Barometer.
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People could be having a tough time figuring out if the stock market's recent rebound is for real, being that neutral is the top sentiment in TheStreet.com RealMoney Barometer survey this week.

Of the 8,095 votes in the poll, 36%, or 2,894 were neutral. The bulls got 2,732, or 34%, while the bears came in at 2,469, or 30%.

In the sectors, HMOs and hospitals were seen as most likely to rise, with commercial banks tapped as most likely to fall.

The stock market's major averages are coming off their seventh winning week out of the last eight. On Monday, stocks were rallying, with the

Dow Jones Industrial Average

up 150 points to 8363, the

Nasdaq Composite

higher by 25 points to 1744, and the

S&P 500

up 17 points to 894 shortly after noon EDT.

Below are the complete poll results.