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