Fund Flows

barrons_online

In the week ended Wednesday, stock funds had net cash inflows of $1.7 billion, according to AMG Data Services. Money-market funds pulled in $7 billion. Taxable bond funds had net outflows of $411 million, but municipal-bond funds gained $42 million. Results include exchange-traded funds.

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Note: We’ve looked at Fund Flow several times over the past few years: Earlier this year on January 26 (A Promising Start, But . . .) and in the   beginning of 2004: February 23 (Structural Decay) and February 26 (Reluctant Buyers on Strike at Nasdaq).

Note that at bubble peaks, fund flow gets excessive.

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Source:
Cash Keeps Rolling In
Barrons, MONDAY, MARCH 28, 2005 
CASH TRACK   
http://online.barrons.com/article/SB111179686877590076.html


See also

Trimtabs

http://www.trimtabs.com/main/mffresearch.html

AMG Data Services 

http://64.168.92.5/PGHOMEPAGE

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