This paper studies the asymmetric price impacts mutual fund and ETF flows have on individual stocks in demand-based asset pricing.
Retail flows: The wisdom of “dumb money”
In this blog, we utilize some of EPFR’s oldest strategies to test the predictive powers of the retail flows captured in the universe of 150,000 mutual fund and ETF share classes encompassing some $47 trillion in AUM that EPFR tracks on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.
Shell manoeuvring on fractured ground
Markets have reacted coolly to Shell’s attempts to win over critics by simplifying its structure and moving headquarters from the Netherlands to the UK. The move takes one of the world’s largest private oil companies around, over – and, possibly, into – some of the major fault lines in Europe’s economic landscape: high versus low taxation, the pace of change needed to meet key climate goals, and the UK versus the European Union it voted to leave.
Keeping your hand in the game with a new stock level tool
EPFR has developed a new tool. Stock Barometer, to help at the individual security level. Organized around a range of well-known indexes, these ‘barometers’ list the stocks in those indexes and illustrate their daily situation based on two key factors, flow momentum and ownership dispersion.