How secure do you feel in the current economic climate across the globe? With the ongoing Eurozone issues and worldwide market volatility, will investors shift their confidence from Europe and America to the Asian markets? Is there any difference between the way men and women invest?
These are just some of the timely issues which the Global Investor Confidence Study, recently launched by TD Direct Investing (previously TD Waterhouse), seeks to answer. The survey is intended to provide both individual retail and expat investors around the world a platform to share their views.
If you’d like to see how they cleverly put together, in a visually entertaining package, the survey results gathered from thousands of respondents in their previous surveys, there’s an interactive infographic here showing how investor confidence in the UK stock market has evolved and fluctuated during the last five years, as well as how people would choose to invest £5k.
The Global Investor Confidence Study is an important and interesting study, to say the least, so I invite you to participate and make your voice heard in this wide-ranging survey by clicking this link. Thanks in advance for sharing your time and a piece of your mind!
Hat tip: James Swann