Investors Jump Back Into U.S. Stock Mutual Funds

Thursday, January 27, 2011

The Investment Company Institute just reported the second week of significant inflows into U.S. stock mutual funds. The two-week total (through January 19) is $6.7 billion.

Is this a sign of the top? Absolutely not. It shows the investors have shaken off 2010’s mega-risk/global-risk mindset that produced 34 straight weeks of U.S. stock mutual fund selling, even as the stock market rose amid an improving economy.

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