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Exodus: Retail Investors Run Screaming To Cash As Hedge Fund Exposure Plunges To 2017 Lows

On the bright side, at least "cash" actually yields something these days. 

On the bright side, at least "cash" actually yields something these days. 
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3 comments on “Exodus: Retail Investors Run Screaming To Cash As Hedge Fund Exposure Plunges To 2017 Lows

  1. Charles Ponzi

    Props for posting on Turkey Day. Wondering if desperate attempts to preserve whatever YTD gains remain prior to year end are driving some of the recent volatility. The trophy WAGs simply won’t understand no baubles at bonus time. It’s a hormonal thing.

  2. Harvey Cotton

    Hey, man, Uber, Lyft, and maybe AirBnB are going to I.P.O. soon and these Google, Amazon, and BitCoin dips aren’t going to buy themselves.

  3. monkfelonious

    11.5% cash? Ha, ha. That ain’t gonna save you when the exits are, shall we say, inoperable.

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