Corporations Are Feeding the Ducks but Investors Still Have the Cash
Investors are holding more than $4.5 trillion in money market funds, but corporations are issuing hundreds of billions of dollars in new stock in supply. The ratio between the two is now the lowest in 20 years.
Sorry, this content is restricted to SentimenTrader members.
To read this post, please login to your account, sign up for our trading solutions or buy this article for $6.99 right now.Login →