Thursday, March 19, 2009

$12.5 Billion Inflows Week Ending March 18

According to TrimTabs, equity funds that invest primarily in U.S. stocks posted an inflow of $12.0 billion, versus a revised outflow of $14.3 billion in the previous week. Equity funds that invest primarily in non-U.S. stocks had an inflow of $459 million, versus a revised outflow of $7.7 billion in the previous week. In addition, bond funds had an outflow of $274 million, versus a revised inflow of $901 million in the previous week, and hybrid funds had an outflow of $82 million, versus a revised outflow of $2.8 billion in the previous.

Last of the stragglers trying to catch the tip of the sucker rally?

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2 comments:

Broken said...

Agree. These sucker rallies are what make your average investor swear off equities forever. Or at least until the next sucker rally.

In Debt We Trust said...

Sucker rally? You mean short covering rally.