Amid the political uncertainty of an election year and ongoing market volatility, the Federal Reserve mulling interest rate increases, and declining oil prices affecting growth and economic decisions large and small, how are American investors feeling these days about the economy and the stock market?
Some answers may be found in the John Hancock Investor Sentiment Survey, a quarterly measure of investors’ views on a range of investment choices, life goals and economic outlook. Investor sentiment has turned increasingly negative in the past few quarters, but what are they thinking now? How prepared are they for the financial challenges of retirement? As investors look toward tax season, what are their financial priorities and concerns?
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