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Investors Concerned but Not Pessimistic About Stocks
Sixty-one percent of U.S. investors are concerned about stock market volatility, but more are optimistic (49%) than pessimistic (28%) about the market's performance in the coming year.
U.S. Investor Optimism Stable and Strong
U.S. investor optimism is strong and stable, with investors showing confidence in their personal finances and optimism about the national economy.
U.S. Investor Optimism Still Riding High
U.S. investors have remained optimistic in the fourth quarter, with the Wells Fargo/Gallup Investor and Retirement Optimism Index now the highest seen since 2000.
U.S. Investor Optimism Rises Again, Hits 17-Year High
Optimism among U.S. investors rose again in the third quarter after plateauing in the second quarter and is now hitting levels not reached since 2000.
Investor Optimism Keeps Improving, Highest Since 2000
Investor optimism is up for the fourth consecutive quarter, bringing the index to its highest level since 2000. Investor optimism on the economy is accelerating faster than optimism about personal finances.
U.S. Investor Optimism Ends 2016 at Nine-Year High
The Wells Fargo/Gallup Investor and Retirement Optimism Index is at its highest level since early 2007, following gains in each of the last three quarters.
Use of Personal Financial Adviser Tied to Investor Confidence
Investors who have personal financial advisers are more likely to show confidence in their own investing skills and investment plans and to believe they are prepared to deal with stock market corrections.
U.S. Investors Expect Market Correction, Take It in Stride
Most investors say it is a good time to buy stocks, yet a majority think a market correction is looming. Few are stressed about the prospect of a correction.
U.S. Investor Optimism Index Climbs to Nine-Year High
The Wells Fargo/Gallup Investor and Retirement Optimism Index climbed to +79 in the third quarter, its highest point in more than nine years. A more positive outlook for the stock market provided the main impetus for the gains.
Investors Want Freedom With Retirement Savings
Most non-retired investors value having a guaranteed income stream in retirement, aside from Social Security. Fewer have the mindset to achieve it.