zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / March 1, 2013
The “great rotation” illusion may have ended just as rapidly as it arrived. Bank of America reports that in the past week, “commodity funds reported their largest historical weekly outflow, in dollar terms, of -$3.2bn this week and US equity funds reported an outflow of -$4.1bn this week, which is their largest weekly outflow this year.” So much for anyone rotating anywhere. And while we await for the delayed ICI to confirm this data, we can only remind readers that this is precisely the same inflow followed by outflow that was seen in early 2011, which was then followed by nearly two straight years of relentless and persistent outflows. Oh well – better luck in 2014.