Swedish, Danish expert private investors abandon cash, study says

Compared to their peers internationally, expert private investors in Sweden and Denmark are hold the least cash in their portfolios, according to a global study by investment manager Schroders.

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Among global private investors who consider themselves 'experts', Nordic investors have the lowest amount of cash in their investment portfolios, the Schroders Global Investor Study 2018 finds.

Swedish investors are only holding 15 percent cash in their investment portfolios, while Danish expert investors come a close second with only 17 percent cash, according to the poll.

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