Hedge funds hate stocks, but that's bullish

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Hedge funds don't like equities very much right now, but that's OK, because when this so-called smart money gets this bearish, it often means they've exhausted selling and the stock market is near a turning point higher.

Here's what will happen to the market and individual stocks when underperforming hedge funds are forced to chase this rally.