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‘Passive Is The New QE!’: One Bank Admits We’ve Entered A ‘Black Hole’

"...which have morphed into a type of Black Hole. Money goes in and stocks never come out (as least for now)."

"...which have morphed into a type of Black Hole. Money goes in and stocks never come out (as least for now)."
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5 comments on “‘Passive Is The New QE!’: One Bank Admits We’ve Entered A ‘Black Hole’

  1. Interesting but at the end of the day, it just means that everyone will be even more heavily lopsided on the same side of the boat, which in the end has always proven to be poorly positioned as eventually there’s no more buyers. You cannot repeal the laws of physics or supply & demand.

    In addition, there are still many ways that good managers can deliver alpha so IMHO the premise of the article, while making an interesting and valid observation, isn’t entirely accurate in its implication. At least not within the context of the global asset mix. For example, the FX market isn’t hostage to passive investing and the size of the global FX market dwarfs the size of the global equity market by orders of magnitude.

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  3. We are all already in β€œit” and have been for decades as we have a debt based monetary system.

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