• Retail investors are on pace to sink a record $1 trillion into stocks this year - and the flows have actually accelerated over the past month, JPMorgan says

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

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    Retail investors have poured nearly $500 billion into equity funds this year, JPMorgan said.
    At the current pace, they could be on track to sink a record $1 trillion into stocks in 2021.
    The bank also noted that retail trading has again accelerated since mid-May after cooling off following the GameStop trading saga in January.
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    Retail investors could be on pace to pour a record $1 trillion into stocks in 2021, JPMorgan said.
    Year-to-date, retail investors have poured approximately $485...
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