True, the Dow Jones Industrial Average ($INDU) has tacked on nearly 400 points over the past two weeks, thanks in part to solid quarterly earnings reports and anticipation of more stimulus from the Federal Reserve. But another boost for equities is coming from retail investors who've tentatively started moving money from bond funds back into stock funds, Gwon says.
"In the past couple of weeks you've seen a shift from flows to fixed income back into stocks," says Gwon. "A couple of weeks ago, we had $2 billion of inflows into fixed income. Last week it was only $300 million. That money is now going into the stock market."
For more on Gwon's take from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYX), see the video above.