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Let's say you have perfect prediction capability every day in 2018. You trade the S&P 500 constituent stock that will rise the most the next day. You start with $1. Transaction costs don't exist and fractional shares are OK. How much money do you have on Dec 31?
2019 will be a year for investing abroad and managing ex-US exposures. With the US Q4 drawdown in mind: see screenshot of 3m returns & flows in country #ETFs: Outflows in $EWG Germany $EWQ France $EWC Canada $EWH HK. Inflows in $EWZ Brazil $EWJ Japans $EWY SKorea $EWP Spain
Keeping an eye on flows into the end of the year. Seems like we hit our peak in US ETP assets around 3 months ago at $3.7 trillion. We're at $3.3tr today, below start of year assets. The good news is ETFs have seen just over $300 billion in inflows so far. (Screenshot in $1mm)