BofAML's Fund Manager Survey a 'Parade of Horribles,' Woodard Says

BofAML's Fund Manager Survey a 'Parade of Horribles,' Woodard Says

Jared Woodard, global investment strategist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, breaks down the firm's monthly fund manager survey on "Bloomberg Markets: The Open."
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