(Bloomberg) -- Slow growth, falling corporate profits, an imminent deflationary spiral, and the flat yield curves that play havoc with financial intermediation; all these longstanding investor concerns now seem like ancient relics of a simpler time before last week, when Donald Trump came along and turned these tenets on their head. 

That's the takeaway from the 177 fund managers Bank of America surveyed from Nov. 9th to the 14th, who together manage $456 billion, and who say they're putting cash to work this month at the fastest pace since August 2009.

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