Investors should not mechanically stick to risk-on or risk-off asset classes as they have fluid correlations over time, writes Anthony Rayner, but portfolios do benefit from the 'shock-absorption' of 'safe-haven' investments
Choosing between risk-on and risk-off assets is a fairly permanent consideration for many investors as it has implications across the range of asset classes. In reality, it depends very much on the...
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