Only 14% say the stock market increases have made them feel “a lot” or “somewhat” more confident about their retirement future.Perhaps more evidence of investor ambivalence about the stock market is the fact that on average, retired investors estimate that 39% of all their assets, not including cash or savings accounts, are actually invested in stocks or bonds. For non-retired investors the figure is 34%.
Wells Fargo/Gallup Investor And Retirement Optimism Index Q3 2013
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