What coming correction? No rush to cash among ultrawealthy

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Apparently, the ultrarich aren't worried about a market correction.

Members of Tiger 21, an information-sharing network for investors with a median net worth of $75 million, aren't reducing their healthy allocation of bonds and equities, and they hold relatively little cash, according to a new survey of portfolio positioning in the third quarter.

Tiger 21's 220-plus members collectively manage more than $20 billion in investable assets.

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