Investors Continue To Sell Stocks Missing Massive S&P 500 Rally

Despite the headwinds now facing the global economy, the S&P 500 rallied 1.5% last week, near to an all-time high.

However, despite this rally, according to Bank of America’s flows data, which is based on the buying and selling activities of clients of the bank, investors were small net sellers of US stocks for the second week in a row last week despite the S&P 500 strength.

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