The "Great Rotation" is getting legs as $11.3B has gone into global stock mutual funds in the...
The "Great Rotation" is getting legs as $11.3B has gone into global stock mutual funds in the last 2 weeks - the largest 2-week inflow since April 2000 (how'd that one work out?). The theory - open for discussion - is mutual fund flows reflect "Mom and Pop" activity, while ETF flows - money left in the last week - are more dominated by the institutional and trading set.
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