Global equities have seen record inflow of $893 billion in 2021: Bank of America


TINA on steroids?

That well-used acronym, of course, stands for There is No Alternative, which has been somewhat of a rallying call for investors who have seen a 25% gain year to date in the S&P 500 index.

As for how much has gone into global equities — a record $893 billion worth of inflows, which exceeds a combined $785 billion of inflows of the past 19 years this year — Bank of America offers up this jarring chart:

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