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Perpetually Out of Step

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Thu, 31 Jan 2013

There is increasing evidence of big flows of money into equities and leaving bonds.  This is being seen at all levels in the market, including among institutional investors such as pension plans .  The Wall Street Journal just published an article discussing this shift called Are Mom and Pop Headin

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