More investors are flocking to cash, according to a new survey from Wells Fargo. Some 43% of respondents moved money into cash over the last year, while just 29% shifted money into equities or mutual funds. "People seem concerned about volatility and risk within their portfolio," said George Rusnak, co-head of global fixed income strategy for Wells Fargo Investment Institute, when asked why investors are hesitant. Plus, 62% of respondents said they are "worried" about what the upcoming presidential election means for the markets. TheStreet's Scott Gamm reports from Wall Street.
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