Not Quite Lemmings, Affluent Brokerage/Fund Investors Curtail Short-Term Investment Activity, Reports Phoenix Marketing International

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Monthly research conducted by Phoenix Marketing International among brokerage/fund investors points to a sharp decline, especially reported by male investors, with nearly all planned investment activities through September.

Phoenix Marketing International, one of the top research companies in the U.S., released its monthly Affluent Brokerage/Fund Investors’ Industry Engagement Index accompanied by anticipated short-term account behavior within the next three months. Findings are shown by clicking here.

The Phoenix study polls 2,100+ affluent individual investors each month about their impression and consideration of numerous financial services brands including mutual fund companies, full-service and discount brokerages, insurance companies, and banks that sell investment services and products. A partial list of tracked brands includes AIM Investments, American Century Investments, American Funds, Ameriprise Financial, Bank of America, BlackRock, Charles Schwab, Edward Jones, E*Trade, Fidelity, Franklin Templeton, Genworth Financial, ING DIRECT (Sharebuilder), iShares, Janus, and John Hancock. Other companies for which Phoenix has multi-year history on brand health and advertising performance include Merrill Lynch, MetLife, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, Oppenheimer, Prudential Financial, Putnam, Raymond James, Riversource, Scottrade, T. Rowe Price, TD Ameritrade, TIAA-Cref, UBS, USAA, Vanguard, Wachovia, Wells Fargo Bank, and Wells Fargo Advisors.

Phoenix Marketing Contact:
John Duggan
VP/Sales and Business Development
508-315-6184
John(dot)Duggan(at)PhoenixMI(dot)com

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