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Chris Wang quoted in Barron's

U.S. Money Managers Turn Cautious

Money managers have reined in their optimism since the fall, but they see bargains in Europe, energy, tech.

By Jack Willoughby
April 25, 2015

America’s money managers have developed a fear of heights. Doctors might call it acrophobia, but investors call it a logical response to a stock market that has more than doubled in the past six years, and now sits just below an all-time high. This widespread wariness is evident in Barron’s latest Big Money poll, in which a record 50% of respondents categorize themselves as neutral about the market’s prospects through year end. That’s the highest neutral reading since the spring of 2005, when 40% were sitting on the fence, and a sharp increase from last fall’s 31%.

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