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Goldman Says US Mutual Funds Suffer From Big Tech Aversion

  • Only a third of funds are beating benchmarks, strategists say
  • Funds underweight the seven stocks driving Wall Street gains
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A reluctance by US mutual funds to invest in big tech stocks, which have staged a ferocious rally this year, is costing them dearly as they’re underperforming broader indexes, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. strategists. 

Just a third of large-cap mutual funds are beating their benchmarks this year, compared with the long-term average of 38%, Goldman strategists led by Cormac Conners wrote in a note.