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Yahoo Survey: What Asset Class To Put Your Money In

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Bottom right of Yahoo page

http://finance.yahoo.com/

Q.What asset class to do you currently consider most attractive?
1. Cash
2. Stocks
3. Bonds
4. Commodities
5. Real Estate

(You'll also see how other users have answered.)

10's of thousands of people vote on this so it may be a reasonably accurate guide as to where a lot of money is going.

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Bottom right of Yahoo page

http://finance.yahoo.com/

Q.What asset class to do you currently consider most attractive?
1. Cash
2. Stocks
3. Bonds
4. Commodities
5. Real Estate

(You'll also see how other users have answered.)

10's of thousands of people vote on this so it may be a reasonably accurate guide as to where a lot of money is going.

I think you'll find this is the US (the fact that one of the answers is real estate is a giveway). Although given the amount of US coverage here recently, there's an outside chance we've become the 51st state without even noticing it. :rolleyes:

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It is mainly for the US, but shows how sentiment is changing:

Cash 32%

Stocks 37%

Bonds 8%

Commodities 9%

Real Estate 16%

(32364 Votes to date)

32k votes is a lot, so it's representative.

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It may be representative of the US, but I'm more interested in the UK, what with being a UK resident and all. Another minor point is that real estate presumably includes both resi and commercial, which are in reality different kettles of fish.

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