Ben Rundle says:
"...more money is coming into the fund. We're sort of deploying that as we see fit, but we're certainly not rushing out there and going berserk at this point."
"That's a good question. I don't really know. I think it's all dependent on what happens with the Fed. They've been pretty adamant about the fact that they want to increase rates as quickly as possible, so that's driving the market."
"I think the key takeaway is when you first start to ease that cash into the market, it's going to be painful. It's going to feel like it's the wrong thing to do, it's going to feel scary."
"But history suggests that's often what you have to do, to really take that leap of faith because there's no clear signal that this is going to be the bottom."
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