ASR's Quarterly Asset Allocation Survey

​A Survey of Probabilities


The ASR Quarterly Asset Allocation Survey is in its seventh year, and helps leading global investors understand the consensus and distribution of current views in the market.


It’s unique in its ability to forecast the likelihood of certain financial events by mapping implied probabilities to the frequency of these events over the past decade.

280 participants, with USD $9.2 trillion of assets under management

The Q4 Asset Allocation Report - 
Major Rethink on Policy but Minor Moves in Allocations


The fieldwork for the ASR Q4 Asset Allocation Survey was conducted from 25th November until 9th December 2021, with 280 participants overseeing USD $9.2 trillion of assets under management. 


The Survey reveals that ASR’s Composite Optimism Indicator pulls back (61%) from the previous quarter (62%).

Key Takeaways

  • Investors Expect Global Monetary Conditions to Tighten Next Year

  • The Investment Narrative Remains Solidly “Risk On”

  • Inflation/Activity Divide the Panellists; Monetary Policy Unite Them

The Q1 Asset Allocation Survey has now closed.

The Q1 2022 Asset Allocation Survey has now closed. Thank you for participating and sharinge your perspective on the financial markets outlook for the next 12 months.

Introduction to the Asset Allocation Survey with Charles Cara, Head of Quant Strategy.

Find out more about our survey with this short introduction from Charles .


The Q1 Asset Allocation Survey has now closed.

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