Global equity flows might have just peaked.
Bull markets are driven by new capital: you need more money from more buyers to increase buying pressure so that stock prices rise.
However, it looks as though globally investors are tapped out. After months of new capital pouring into the market, global equity fund inflows slowed dramatically in the last week.
And not just a little... by a LOT. This is a MAJOR warning sign to stock bulls that buying pressure is weakening in the markets. Throw in the fact that the Fed is now...