Private markets platform Moonfare finds individual investors repositioning for 'short-term shocks'

Moonfare platform survey

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Individual investors allocating to private markets through specialist platform Moonfare have increased portfolio exposures to defensive strategies to resist short-term shocks, while staying positive about healthcare and tech.

Almost half (47%) of the 122 individual investors surveyed by Moonfare said they still have a "bad feeling" about the state of the economy, and just 15% reported having a good one. However, this was an improvement on last year's results, when investor perception of the global economy was ‘negative' among 85% of respondents.  Private equity sector tops investment trust performance tables in 2023 Assets that might offer protection, such as secondaries, private credit and infrastructure, are being favoured as a result.  Co-investments now appear in almost half (48%) of Moonfare inv...

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