It's almost enough to make a betting man quit the races.
] handily trounced the competition in terms of flows in May, according to data released by Morningstar
According to the data, Vanguard pulled in $11.218 billion in flows for May, and $55.679 billion year-to-date.
Here is the list of some of the horses in the race:
Vanguard May Flows: 11,218M YTD: 55,679M
PIMCO [profile] May Flows:2,473M YTD: 31,106M
Fidelity [profile] May Flows:2,087M YTD: 13,120M
American Funds [profile] May Flows: (1,225)M YTD: (4,140)M
T. Rowe [profile] May Flows:(200)M YTD: 6,239M
Dimensional [profile] May Flows:2,056M YTD: 10,260M
OppenheimerFunds [profile] May Flows:1,112M YTD: 8,045M
BlackRock [profile] May Flows:833M YTD: 4,259M
Franklin [profile] May Flows:2,128M YTD: 11,985M
Morningstar reported estimated U.S. mutual fund asset flows through May 2013. Investors added another $38.6 billion to long-term mutual funds in May, led by taxable-bond funds with inflows of $21.1 billion.
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