Eight out of 10 investors believe they are practicing adequate asset allocation, according to a survey conducted by Ibbotson Associates and the Hartford Financial Services Group. However, the majority confuse one-time asset allocation with ongoing diversification.

The survey also showed that investors who were most familiar with asset allocation also had greater investible assets and felt that their returns had exceeded their expectations.

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