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The S&P 500 is relatively flat this year after four months of fits and starts, leaving strategists to conclude that we’re seeing a rotation out of expensive stocks with big growth potential and into cheaper stocks with less dazzling futures.

But consider this alternative theory: Investors are rebelling against analyst enthusiasm.

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