The Great Bond Rotation is moving more money into cash, not equities

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The Great Bond Rotation is moving more money into cash, not equities. After years of holding bonds, investors are finally selling these positions. Market analysts are describing this move as a Great Rotation from bonds into equities. At a casual glance, this would make sense as the market continues to hover around record highs. However, investors are moving much more money into cash, not equities. In July, investors put roughly $143 billion into cash, compared to only $54 billion into equities. It seems that retail investors are still worried about the state of the economy and aren't comfortable putting money in the market. (VIEW LINK)


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