There's contrary thinking, and then there's pseudo-contrary thinking. Let me give you both takes.

For four months, money has been pouring out of this market; individuals have been fleeing in droves from the mutual funds.

Some managers say that you have to take the other side of that. In all of the important moments in the last 20 years that individuals have fled the markets, it has been a great time to buy. Is that contrary thinking, or pseudo-contrary thinking?

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