January 2022 Asset Allocation Update

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U.S. Equities: No change, as uptrends remain across multiple timeframes.

International Equities: Exposure will not change. Emerging markets remain in downtrends across multiple timeframes. Foreign developed equities continue to have an intermediate-term downtrend, and the long-term uptrend is weakening but remains intact for now.

Real Estate: No change. Exposure is at its baseline allocation, and there are uptrends in both timeframes.

U.S. and International Treasuries: Exposure will increase slightly due to long-duration bonds re-entering a long-term uptrend. All other segments of the yield curve, both domestically and internationally, remain weak across multiple timeframes.

Inflation-Protected Bonds: Exposure will decrease, as an intermediate-term downtrend has developed. The long-term uptrend remains intact.

Short-Term Fixed Income: Exposure will increase slightly by taking on a portion of the exposure vacated by inflation-protected bonds.

Alternatives: No change due to continued downtrends in gold.

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