Need to Know: The chart that spells out the dangers for ‘all-in’ U.S. stock investors

The S&P 500 is closing in on another record, but there are some clouds creeping over this market.

Among the worries: the ongoing U.S.-China trade spat and concerns about global growth, with the IMF the latest to warn that a slowdown is coming. Italy is once again upsetting investors this morning, with budget problems and some wild talk about bringing back the lira.

Some investors can’t shake the unease that comes with an “all-in” market. That is the gist of our chart of the day from Callum Thomas, founder of research firm Topdown Charts, which shows stock-loving investors have dropped their allocations to cash to “rock-bottom” levels:

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