In U.S. financial slang, a bagholder is a shareholder left holding shares of worthless stocks.
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January had roughly $35 billion in ETF inflows, and February also saw roughly $52 billion in inflows.
That's a two-month inflow of about $87 billion..."It's the biggest two-month run in ETFs since ETFs were invented." 
If you look at what's getting the assets, it's low-cost index product
Rydex Bear / Bull asset ratio:
Rydex money market balances:
Mutual Fund cash balances:
Trump has taken over Obama's role as Wall Street's errand boy:
"A review of annual addresses to Congress since President Calvin Coolidge (1923-1928) shows that it’s exceedingly rare for president to mention the stock market.
Until Barack Obama, that is."