Faith Falters in S&P 500 as $17 Billion Outflow Precedes Selloff featuring Dave Grecsek


More than 50 record closes for the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index in the last year are proving too little to keep investors interested. They’ve pulled $16.8 billion from exchange-traded funds tracking American equities in 2015 and sent $16.9 billion to bonds, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. That’s the biggest divergence ever in quarterly data going back to 2000.