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Sentiment Survey 2013 Q1 Spain

Full voting results from the Expert Investor Spain event in Q1 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

1.) What is your broad macroeconomic outlook?  
Positive 22%
Uncertain 68%
Negative 10%
   
2.) Is the current government competent to manage the economy?  
Yes 22%
No 78%
   
3.) Re Global Emerging Market Equities over the next 12 months do you expect to:  
Increase your weighting 59%
Keep it the same / uncertain 37%
Decrease your weighting 0%
We don’t use this asset class 4%
   
4.) Re Developed European Equities over the next 12 months do you expect to:  
Increase your weighting 52%
Keep it the same / uncertain 44%
Decrease your weighting 2%
We don’t use this asset class 2%
   
5.) Re UK Equities over the next 12 months do you expect to:  
Increase your weighting 12%
Keep it the same / uncertain 41%
Decrease your weighting 10%
We don’t use this asset class 37%
   
6.) Re US Equities over the next 12 months do you expect to:  
Increase your weighting 35%
Keep it the same / uncertain 42%
Decrease your weighting 21%
We don’t use this asset class 2%
   
7.) Re Asian Equities over the next 12 months do you expect to:  
Increase your weighting 52%
Keep it the same / uncertain 35%
Decrease your weighting 4%
We don’t use this asset class 10%
   
8.) Re Japanese Equities over the next 12 months do you expect to:  
Increase your weighting 31%
Keep it the same / uncertain 27%
Decrease your weighting 7%
We don’t use this asset class 35%
   
9.) Re Frontier market Equities over the next 12 months do you expect to:  
Increase your weighting 50%
Keep it the same / uncertain 0%
Decrease your weighting 50%
We don’t use this asset class 0%
   
10.) Re Developed Market Government Bonds over the next 12 months do you expect to:  
Increase your weighting 15%
Keep it the same / uncertain 15%
Decrease your weighting 69%
We don’t use this asset class 2%
   
11.) Re Developed Market Corporate Bonds over the next 12 months do you expect to:  
Increase your weighting 14%
Keep it the same / uncertain 52%
Decrease your weighting 34%
We don’t use this asset class 0%
   
12.) Re Developed Market High-yield Bonds over the next 12 months do you expect to:  
Increase your weighting 31%
Keep it the same / uncertain 54%
Decrease your weighting 13%
We don’t use this asset class 2%
   
13.) Re Emerging Market Government Bonds over the next 12 months do you expect to:  
Increase your weighting 52%
Keep it the same / uncertain 30%
Decrease your weighting 6%
We don’t use this asset class 13%
   
14.) Re Emerging Market Corporate Bonds over the next 12 months do you expect to:  
Increase your weighting 63%
Keep it the same / uncertain 23%
Decrease your weighting 6%
We don’t use this asset class 8%
   
15.) Global stable equities. Do you have an exposure to low volatility?  
1. Yes 53%
2. No 47%
   
16.) For what reasons do you use low volatility?  
1. Strategic 38%
2. Tactical 25%
3. Mixture of both 38%
   
17.) Do you have specific allocation to divident equities investing?  
1. Yes 58%
2. No 42%
   
18.) What will be the fate of the euro?  
It will not exist in 2 years 3%
It will not exist in 10 years 0%
It will continue 97%
   
19.) What should happen to the euro?  
It should stay as it is 54%
The fiscally strong states should form a separate union 31%
We should go back to one country one currency 14%
   
20.) Which is the greater threat?  
Inflation 47%
Deflation 53%
 

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