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Edward Jones: 9 in 10 Americans Plan to Change Savings and Investment Strategies

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Photo credit: Stuart Miles

In the next six months, 90% of Americans plan to make changes to their savings and investment strategies, with the U.S. Presidential Election most often cited as the reason, according to a new survey.

Edward Jones & Co., L.P., Des Peres, Mo., released this finding in a summary of results from a survey of 1,010 respondents. Conducted by Opinion Research Corp., Princeton, N.J., the survey examines domestic and international issues that are most likely to impact investment and savings decisions in the next six months.

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