- The stock market is having room to run even higher this year despite a 29% gain in 2019 and warnings of a reversal, Goldman Sachs analysts wrote.
- Fund inflows are lagging the surge in US equities, leaving plenty of cash to fuel additional market records, the team said in a Tuesday note.
- The investment bank also noted that traditionally safer assets like government bonds and cash haven’t yet seen “meaningful outflows,” suggesting that “a large portion of positioning has still not moved into equity.”
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