ASSET ALLOCATION: Caution dogs investors, survey finds

September 2010
Fund Strategy;9/21/2010, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports on the September 2010 fund manager survey conducted by Bank of America Merrill Lynch regarding asset allocation. It says that asset allocators have reduced their underweights in fixed income despite undervalued equities and overvalued bonds. It states that global investors are more cautious in approaching the fourth quarter of 2010. Moreover, many fund managers have moved to overweight cash positions.


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