Gallup Poll Shows 75% US Stock Investors Pledge To "Ride Out" Any Market Drop (03/07/2015)
A poll by the Gallup organization shows:
Three-quarters of U.S. investors who own stocks say they are very or somewhat likely to simply ride out stock market volatility and take no action, according to the most recent Wells Fargo/Gallup Investor and Retirement Optimism Index survey. This far exceeds the 25% who say they are likely to transfer a portion of their stocks into safer investments and the 11% who would withdraw everything from stocks.
In the same survey, the Wells Fargo/Gallup Investor and Retirement Optimism Index was up 21 points to +69. That is the highest for the index since 2007 and reflects investors' improved confidence in their own finances as well as in the economy.
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