Even with stock prices on the rise in 2012, investors have been consistently fleeing equity mutual funds. As of October 26, the S&P 500 had gained more than 14 percent in 2012. Nonetheless, from the beginning of the year through October 24, investors had yanked more than $101 billion out of stock mutual funds, and added more than $272 billion to bond funds. So which individual funds have benefited the most from this year’s quirky flows? U.S. News takes a look at the 10 funds with the most inflows in 2012.
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