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January 28, 2015

Following weeks of market volatility, how do Affluent investors intend to invest in the coming month? Click here to read more



January 28, 2015

High Income Women are more bothered by investment losses than other investors. Click here to read more



January 28, 2015

In the first two weeks of trading days in 2015, the Dow Jones industrial average fell or jumped by triple-digit amounts on eight occasions. Analysts cite continued speculation about when the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates, the drop in oil prices, the Swiss National Bank’s decision to abolish its exchange-rate controls against the euro, or investor concerns that a market correction is in order.



January 28, 2015

High income women are more concerned about children and parents than they are about themselves. Click here to read more



January 21, 2015

With high income comes higher confidence in one’s financial knowledge, but even high income women, as with their less wealthy counterparts, tend to downplay their financial literacy. Click here to read more



January 21, 2015

The New Year has done little to ease their reticent investment mindset, with triple-digit moves up and down for the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Click here to read more



January 21, 2015

High Income Women have little concern for how they will be cared for in old age. Click here to read more



January 21, 2015

More than 90 percent of Mass Affluent investors have an employer-sponsored defined contribution account. Click here to read more



January 14, 2015

More than 80 percent of high income women use a financial advisor. Click here to read more



January 14, 2015

Is international investment taking a hit from concerns about the global economy? Click here to read more 



January 14, 2015

Being a high income women comes with greater confidence in one’s financial literacy, according to research Spectrem has conducted.  High income women are defined as those whose annual household income exceeds $200,000.   The majority of high income single women had annual household income exceeding $200,000, while married high income women had annual household income exceeding $400,000 and also work in professional or executive positions



January 14, 2015

Just because Millionaires “got it,” doesn't necessarily mean they will spend in a profligate way. Click here to read more



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