It is the 30th of March 2017

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As Retail Investors Flood Into Stocks, Professionals Are Dumping Speculative Longs

"Fear of missing out" is quickly becoming the go to phrase for what's left of America's stock market investors. As The Wall Street Journal reports, investors have poured money into stocks through mutual funds and exchange-traded funds in 2017, with global equity funds posting record net inflows in the week ended March 1 based on data going back to 2000, according to fund tracker EPFR Global. Inflows continued the following week, even as the rally slowed.

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The Chart That Democrats Don't Want You To See

What did they expect to happen when they repeat what has not worked in the past?

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