Ultra-high-net-worth investors are decreasing their exposure to the U.S. stock market by allocating more to alternative investments, according to the Institute for Private Investors annual Family Performance Tracking survey.

In the recently released survey, 48% of respondents reported that they plan to increase their allocation to commodities this year, and 45% of respondents to real estate. Forty-four percent said they planned to increase their holdings in global equities and 36% plan to decrease their cash holdings.

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