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Does a perfect policy portfolio exist?

Risk Parity represents a significant advance in asset allocation, but we don’t believe that there is a single perfect policy portfolio. While Risk Parity works well in neutral markets, we don’t think it is the best policy under bearish, bullish or highly bullish market conditions.

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Global Asset Allocation Outlook (as of May 13, 2014)

The global asset allocation team reaffirmed their recommendation to modestly overweight equities versus bonds, despite the slight underperformance of equities relative to bonds so far this year. The S&P 500 is up about 3.5% while the Barclay’s aggregate index is up 4.0% and longer dated bonds are up over 13%.

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Global Asset Allocation Outlook (June 2014)

In contrast to last year, so far this year all major asset classes have performed well. Developed market equities, bonds, emerging market (EM) equities and EM bonds, and commodities are all up year to date in the range of 4%-8%.

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Global Asset Allocation Outlook (as of February 24, 2014)

Markets had a difficult start to the year. After experiencing negative returns in January, both U.S. and European equities recovered in February and are now slightly positive for the year.

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Global asset allocation outlook (October 2014)

There were no changes from the previous month. Source: Columbia Management Investment Advisers, LLC.

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Asset allocation: Q4 equity strategy

After the recent correction and with the breadth of our asset allocation research still favoring equities, we are rebuilding an equity overweight, primarily using U.S. large-cap stocks. While the Fed heads toward the exit, the European Central Bank is planning to provide further monetary easing and the Bank of Japan is continuing to expand its balance sheet.

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Global asset allocation (November 2014)

Source: Columbia Management Investment Advisers, LLC. The chart reflects the views of the Global Asset Allocation Team as of November 19, 2014.

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Global asset allocation outlook (July 2014)

No changes from last month. Source: Columbia Management Investment Advisers, LLC.

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Global asset allocation outlook (August 2014)

We have advocated an overweight to equities for several years. Even through the early year setbacks for the global economy and for global stocks, our views favored equities over other investment choices.

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Global asset allocation outlook (as of March 2014)

After significant gains in 2013, equities took a breather in the first quarter of 2014 while fixed income assets rallied. The S&P 500 Index experienced a fair amount of volatility, retreating 5.8% at the start of the year and then rallying by more than 7% to end the quarter modestly higher.

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