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  • storagelh storagelh Jun 22, 2005 4:05 PM Flag

    Once again

    The naz prints green. But hey, at least it traded in the red for about an hour today. Amazing how long this has gone on , day after day. We are either going to break out big time, or they are going to screw all the bulls who have become so complacent it is rediculous. Onward thru the fog !!!

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    • It will undoubtedly continue until the individual investor begins to pile back into tech. Here is the AMG mutual fund report for last week. Note that there was a net outflow of over $100M in the tech sectors again last week.

      Equity funds report net cash inflows totaling $1.291 billion in the week ended 6/15/05 with 30% ($389 Mil) going to ETFs;
      International funds report inflows totaling ($451 Mil xETF) with all Emerging regions reporting inflows and each Developed region (Europe & Japan) reporting net outflows;
      Excluding ETF activity, inflows are reported by Energy (88 Mil), REIT ($136 Mil) and Utility ($29 Mil) funds, and outflows are reported by Financial/Banking (-$40 Mil), Healthcare/Biotech (-$41 Mil), and Technology (-$103 Mil) funds;
      Taxable Bond funds report net cash inflows totaling $228 Mil with ETFs reporting inflows totaling $518 Mil led by:
      $375 Mil to the iShares Lehman 20+ Yr Treasury Bond fund;
      $69 Mil to the iShares Lehman 7-10 Yr Treasury Bond fund;
      $51 Mil to the iShares Lehman Aggregate Bond fund;
      $32 Mil to the iShares TIPS fund;
      High Yield Corporate Bond funds report net cash outflows totaling -$384 million;
      Money Market funds report net cash outflows of -$19.113 billion;
      Municipal Bond funds report net cash inflows totaling $24.6 million because of inflows to High Yield Municipal Bond funds of $154.9 million.

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      • $$$ going into bonds. Somebody is wrong, stock market or the bond market ? My bet is the stock market since their agenda is based on hype ans bs, where the bond market is based more on facts and hard evidence. Of course that doesn't mean anything because big $$$$ can keep stocks up a long time, in the face of bad news. Cost of commodities has been rising for 2 years, but we are told everyday there is no inflation. Several companies warned today because of this, but don't tell the hype artist. Economy is rolling along, but there is still a big disconnect with stocks and reality. Goup, are you still in the Dallas area ?

      • Ohhh, I'm bored. Cash inflows? PE? ROI? ETC?

        A day like this isn't good for NVLS shorts, not at all. But don't worry, soon the USA will head down the tubes.

        China wants to buy up Unocal, merely by trading back about one months worth of trade deficit profits.

        All the angry white males will need to purchase a new pair of Chinese/Walmart underwear, thus worsening things by that much next month.

        What a country!


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