RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With the sharp increase in market volatility after Carnaval, most investors chose to take a different approach to what had been practiced until then.
However, this does not imply that the shift was only towards more conservative assets in the name of high risk aversion.
A survey conducted by the Leadr social media, in partnership with the Píon data intelligence agency, shows that 68 percent of investors changed their way of acting in the market after the crisis erupted.
Half of them in fact adopted a more cautious stance, but the other half chose a . . .