$6 Trillion of Retail Money Expected to Flood Bitcoin and Stocks

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Retail investors have been piling on bonds for the past decade according to Tom Lee of Fundstrat. He claimed earlier this month that 94% of retail funds have gone into bonds. Of the estimated $3.1 trillion in retail fund inflows since 2008, just $183 billion, or 6%, went into the stock market, he said. The above is estimated following some data crunching by the research company, with Lee stating in a recent interview that they now believe it is more $6 trillion of funds that will flow out of bonds into stocks this decade. This year especially bonds have seen huge inflows, breaking records during summer with $22.5 billion going into US bond funds in just one week. We can see a huge jump into bonds for much of 2020 and overall they have substantially increased since January 2016. “Investors liquidated stocks at an accelerating pace since 2017,” Lee said,…

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