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Last year at this time global markets were in free fall, but in late December 2018 they turned around and some indexes have recently hit all-time highs. More than 10 years into a bull market, U.S. stocks remain among the world’s best performers. As of Monday’s, close, the S&P 500 index (SPX) had gained 24.2% in 2019, while the Nasdaq Composite Index (COMP) had soared 28.6%.
The ETF industry reached a new high of $6 trillion in AUM, gathering around $840 billion in assets through October since the start of this year.
A low-volatility exchange-traded fund that was picking up about $1 billion of new money every month has seen that much in outflows over the past couple of weeks, another sign that investors are pivoting to a more risk-on stance.
The efficient-market hypothesis, or EMH, implies that the market quickly and accurately incorporates all information regarding a stock's actual value into its price. Critics of the EMH point out that the market can and does make mistakes. Occasionally the market's collective demand can bid share prices well above fair value, creating a bubble that ends with a sharp price decline.