Bullish on techFor this month, we retained our exposure to the US financials and technology sectors, increased allocations to materials and reduced or eliminated exposure to consumer staples. We have no investment in consumer discretionary, healthcare, industrials, materials and utilities sectors. Relative to the S&P 500 sector weights, we are overweight to financials and technology.
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