Are Stock Funds A Ticking Bomb?Gene Koretz
A specter is haunting Wall Street--the fear that a sharp slowdown in the flow of household savings into domestic equity mutual funds could touch off a market debacle. In the past three years, nearly $450 billion has flooded into equity mutual funds, much of it from consumers seeking higher returns than those offered by bank deposits.
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