Money Market Fund Assets

Money Market Fund Assets Weekly cash inflows reached $40.4 billion, suggesting continued momentum, though this raises the question of whether a cash bubble may be forming. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

Ranked Cross Asset Returns by Year

Ranked Cross Asset Returns by Year As of now, the S&P 500 is the top performer in 2024, with consistent gains and resilience. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy Click the Image to Enlarge

Risky vs. Safe Assets Fund Flows

Risky vs. Safe Assets Fund Flows Currently, risky vs. safe assets fund flows are negative suggesting that investors perceive greater risks associated with risky assets and are opting for safer assets over risky ones. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

U.S. Money Market Fund Assets

U.S. Money Market Fund Assets Following a Fed rate cut, U.S. money market funds typically experience outflows 12 months later as investors adjust their portfolios and manage risk in response to changing interest rates and market conditions. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

GWIM Equity Allocation as % Assets Under Management

GWIM Equity Allocation as % Assets Under Management BofA’s private clients are optimistic about the growth prospects and potential returns of equity markets, which is reflected in their decision to allocate 62% of their portfolios to equities. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

U.S. Equity Futures – Asset Managers

U.S. Equity Futures – Asset Managers U.S. equity futures positions of asset managers are extremely stretched, raising concerns about excessive optimism. Image: J.P. Morgan Flows and Liquidity Team

Performance – Best Performing Asset

Performance – Best Performing Asset 33% of JPM clients expect developed market equities to perform the best over the next three months, driven by strong economic conditions and favorable market conditions. Image: J.P. Morgan

U.S. Private Sector Financial Assets % of GDP

U.S. Private Sector Financial Assets % of GDP The disconnect between the value of U.S. financial assets and GDP raises concerns about the widening wealth gap, potential systemic risks, and economic stability, while also posing policy challenges. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

Inflation Assets and Deflation Assets

Inflation Assets and Deflation Assets In order to mitigate inflation risks, should investors increase their allocation to inflation assets and decrease their exposure to deflation assets in their portfolio? Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy