Investors weigh in on financial matters

UBS Investor Watch is a quarterly publication analyzing the latest in investor sentiment and behavior. Dedicated to generating insights that help UBS Financial Advisors deliver exceptionally for their clients, UBS Investor Watch is the industry’s definitive guide to what’s on investors’ minds right now.

Current UBS Investor Watch report:

UBS Investor Watch - Think you know the Next Gen Investor? Think again.

1Q 2014:
Think you know the Next Gen investor? Think again. (PDF, 1 MB)
After surveying more than 4,000 U.S. investors, we discovered some surprising truths about how Millennials invest and think about success. Find out who they really are.

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Previous UBS Investor Watch reports:

Special Edition 4Q 2013:
The LGBT investor in a post-DOMA world (PDF, 1 MB)

The repeal of DOMA has ushered in a sense of optimism for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) investors, but concerns persist about retirement and long-term care.

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UBS Investor Watch 4Q2013

4Q 2013:
80 is the new 60 (PDF, 603 KB)

Investors are feeling younger and living longer. But are they prepared for a longer retirement?

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Investor Watch 2Q2013 - The "new normal" is here to stay

3Q 2013:
What is "wealthy"? (PDF, 302 KB)

$1 million in assets is no longer enough to make investors feel wealthy, and there's growing concern about healthcare costs in retirement.

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Investor Watch 2Q2013 - The "new normal" is here to stay

2Q 2013:
The "new normal" is here to stay (PDF, 290 KB)

Investors now define risk as permanent portfolio losses, and they continue to hold an average of 20% in cash.

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Investor Watch 1Q2013 - A new investor is emerging. Aware. Pragmatic. Confident.

1Q 2013:
A new investor is emerging. Aware. Pragmatic. Confident. (PDF, 313 KB)

Despite dissatisfaction with Washington and concerns over long-term care, investors express greater confidence in their financial situations, especially those with financial plans.

Investor Watch October 2012 - Newfound optimism and pre-election jitters

October 2012:
Newfound optimism and pre-election jitters (PDF, 714 KB)

Investors appear ready to reduce cash holdings, especially after the U.S. elections. Despite concerns about the national debt and rising healthcare costs, investors are optimistic and plan to revisit their financial plans post-election.