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With escalating near-term risks in many real assets, RAAX allocated defensively by raising cash for the first time since its launch.
As central banks globally continue to tighten, we may see more economic crises like Turkey, which could be symptomatic of a larger trend that may eventually benefit gold.
Positive momentum asserted with U.S. equities in August on the back of another strong earnings season and S&P 500®Index reaching an all-time high.
There was a global growth scare in the second quarter, but we believe that its impact is overdone.
Escalating trade tensions and the rising U.S. dollar both weigh on certain real assets, as the model favors sectors with less sensitivity to commodities.
Recovering technical indicators and investor sentiment lead to moderately bullish positioning in August as we increase our stock allocation to 77% and reduce our bond allocation to 23%.
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