Real estate rules with TIGER 21

By Staff | July 24, 2015 | Last updated on July 24, 2015
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Real estate continues to get the highest allocation among members of TIGER 21, reveals the group’s Q2 Asset Allocation Report.

“Member allocation to real estate notched a one percentage point increase to 30%. Allocation to real estate has increased for four consecutive quarters and is at a record high since TIGER 21 began tracking member data in 2007,” notes a release.

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The Q2 report also saw a record-low 9% allocation to fixed income, following a two percentage point drop from last quarter. “The fixed income category has shown a steady decline since the second quarter of 2013 and is down by a remarkable 14 percentage points from 2009.”

Exposure to hedge funds was up 1 percentage point to 8%. “This marked the fourth consecutive quarter that this category has either remained steady or registered an increase.”

Percentage allocations to cash, currencies, commodities, public equities and private equity did not change from the previous quarter.

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