As ongoing Eurozone issues play out and worldwide market volatility continues to affect investors globally, TD Direct Investing has announced it's embarking on its biggest ever survey into retail and expat investor confidence.
The Global Investor Confidence Study surveys investors’ reactions and responses in order to measure confidence and investor expectations. TD says it aims to gain insight into individual retail and expat investor thoughts to find out how they really feel about investing and saving in the current economic climate.
Typical areas coming under the microscope include: how confident do investors feel compared to their counterparts in other countries? With 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? And, how secure do investors feel in the current economic climate across the globe?
This survey is hosted by YouGov. TD Direct Investing changed its name late last year from TD Waterhouse. TD says its new name reflects its continuing commitment to international trading and investing services as the company continues to offer “the same award-winning trading platforms and a full range of investment products, tools and resources for all types of investor.”
This will be TD’s sixth year of indexing investor confidence. IFAs’ can access the findings of previous surveys at:
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