The Dynamic Allocation Strategy’s equity allocation remains below 60%.

Only two of the six top-level indicators in the model (relative strength and central banks) favor equities over fixed income and cash.

U.S. Large-Caps, U.S. Value, and Cash received the largest weightings. Click the link below to read more about the strategy’s positioning.

Full strategy commentary: NDRDAS202203021

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