Her words sparked a lively response on Twitter. Financial Acrobat, a trader, consultant and tweeter of financial news, warned that it could be a contrarian signal.
"When people like @FoxonStocks and @RealMilaKunis start talking stocks, we are normally at the very end of a bull market."
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Kunis' move comes as the Dow Jones Industrial Average reached an all-time high and logged its first 10th-straight winning streak since 1996 at the close on Thursday. The S&P 500 remains within a hair's breadth of its own record.
Kunis, however, remained coy about what stocks she's investing in, responding with a firm "no" when asked what's in her portfolio.
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Barry Ritholtz, director of equity research at Fusion IQ, tweeted that he was glad she was sticking with her movie career: "If she was giving up acting to become a daytrader, we'd have great contrary indicator!"