(Bloomberg) -- Chalk one up for the market prognosticators.

Bank of America predicted investors would shift away from growth stocks in favor of value names this year as part of its list of "violent rotations" to expect in financial markets this year. On Tuesday, withdrawals from Vanguard's growth ETF, ticker VUG, reached $900 million, the second most in its 12 year history. With $23 billion in assets, it's the second-biggest such product in the world.

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