Whether they're worried about the fiscal cliff or just feeling superstitious, millionaire investors are getting defensive heading into 2013.
The majority of the country's wealthy would reallocate their investable assets to safer positions, according to a survey by Lake Forest, Illinois-based consulting firm Spectrem Group. The largest percentage, 36%, would go to cash, followed by 16% of millionaires who say that gold is their best option. Other potential safe havens such as bonds, real estate and international products, in that order, ranked lower at around 10%.
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