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M*: Fund Investors and Managers Go Their Separate Ways on Stocks


  • "In August 2005, U.S.-stock funds alone took up 54% of mutual fund assets (excluding money market funds), while foreign-stock funds absorbed 14%. Meanwhile, taxable-bond funds represented just 15% of overall assets. The landscape has shifted significantly since then. U.S. stock funds’ market share has dropped to just 41% of assets, as investors have shifted into taxable-bond funds, which now account for 25% of assets."

    Pretty interesting statistic.
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