The fund flows are not suggesting mom and pop investors are stampeding into stocks. Since the middle of 2008, U.S. investors pulled $494.3 billion US out of domestic equity funds. So far this year they have put back $17.8 billion (!). The great re-allocation isn’t happening yet, blogs Frances Horodelski.
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