Traditional approaches to asset allocation aren’t cutting it anymore, say the nation’s institutional investors in a survey conducted by Pyramis Global Advisors, a Fidelity Investments company.

More than one-third of the 632 investors polled (35%) said they believe that traditional investing approaches will not be effective in 10 years. Even for institutional investors who became more “tactical” or opportunistic in their investment decisions, the result has fallen short of their expectations. Almost one in three U.S. pension plans, or 29%, believe they will not achieve their return assumptions, up from 18% in 2008.

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