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This Is Where Investor Money Has Flowed Since The Financial Crisis

• by Tyler Durdan

 - built on the back of trillions in liquidity created by the world's central banks - could come crashing at any moment, but seeing no other options were forced to allocate capital to various strategies and themes over the years.

The following chart from Bank of America succinctly summarizes the biggest flow trends since the global financial crisis, the chief of which is the well-known shift into Passive investing and away from Active, which has seen no less than $2.5 trillion in flow reallocations...

... as well as the two "Great Rototations", including $2.2 trillion into bonds versus $0.7 trillion into equities.

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