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Source: Bianco Research

Category: Think Tank

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2 Responses to “Flows Into Domestic Equity Mutual Funds And ETFs”

  1. qmandtm says:

    I think I need help interpreting this chart. Am I wrong to assume this is a contrary indicator? What am I to make of the continued huge inflows to bond funds? Or I guess a better question is not for you (Barry) to tell me what I think but to please tell me what you think of this? Thanks

  2. baldivisdave says:

    Barry, he needs help! I have 43% 0f my super in domestic equity, I look at the above chart and ask myself what the hell does it mean.
    Dave L.