Managers also showed that they are increasing their part in active and remotely strategies from the ineffective approach that has been making such an uncommon environment as inconsistent.
Institutional investors have been preparing for the bull market end for a number of years, David Goodsell, executive director of the Natixis Center for Investor Insight, said in an interview.
"The market catches up to what they've been thinking about. I think they've been set for a good time," he said. "They typically stay, except for equality of SA."
Although a warning exceeds the US, 48% of founding investors say that the best market opportunity will be in place; come into the Asia Pacific region.
The results come into a quiet environment on Wall Street.
The S & P 500 has increased by 305 per cent from its market level; March 2009, but it has continued signs of understanding this year. There is a barrier of geothermal bombs, from the North nuclear Chorus to the substantial controversies of Brexit, political controversy at home, rising interest rates and China's trade wars SA has elapsed this year's market and left It's really positive in the last month of trading.
The Periodic Reserve, in a paper that was issued a week ago, warned that the stock prices could have a "particularly significant" slide if some of the same risks identified in the survey are .
Bank of America's strategies, Merrill Lynch, said they are entering 2019 of the # 39; depreciation of stocks, bonds and US dollars, with cash and money support.
"With healthy squirrels everywhere (trade, geopolitics, deficiencies, protection), we have decided to focus on the macro situations that are the most appropriate and most appropriate for the performance of a justice market: ( 1) increased wine tension, and (2) inequality, said "Savita Subramanian, fairness and BofAML measurements, in a research note.
The company has a target of 2,900 for the S & P 500, which is a? representing 7.5 per cent above from the current level. But Subramanian said "we believe the highest level of equality is likely by the end of 2019."
Respondents to the Natixis survey say that there are geopolitical (77 per cent) effects, trade disputes (74 per cent) and bank tension (65 per cent) that are likely to adversely affect performance. The highest risk levels (56 per cent), incessible spices (52 per cent) and rules (32 per cent).
The results also show that 67% are worried that they are too much risk, although 75 per cent said they are willing to achieving their assessment marks to protect against the downstream of their market.
Institutions see debt as the greatest financial security stability, and geopolitical asset and emergency bubbles.