The Morgan Stanley Global Investment Committee (GIC) has increased the strategic allocation to equities at the expense of fixed income, while keeping …
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The Morgan Stanley Global Investment Committee (GIC) has increased the strategic allocation to equities at the expense of fixed income, while keeping cash and alternative allocations roughly the same.
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This article references information from the Morgan Stanley Global Investment Committee’s March 8, 2013 wealth management document titled “Strategic and Tactical Asset Allocation Change.”
Todd Hauer is a Financial Advisor with the Global Wealth Management Division of Morgan Stanley in Denver, Colorado. The information contained in this article is not a solicitation to purchase or sell investments. Any information presented is general in nature and not intended to provide individually tailored investment advice. The strategies and/or investments referenced may not be suitable for all investors as the appropriateness of a particular investment or strategy will depend on an investor's individual circumstances and objectives. Investing involves risks and there is always the potential of losing money when you invest. The views expressed herein are those of the author and may not necessarily reflect the views of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, or its affiliates. Morgan Stanley Wealth Management LLC. Member SIPC.
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