(Rye, NY) – For the second year in a row, Americans feel less confident about their financial situation with only 13% of households saying they are “confident, comfortable and secure” about their finances, and only one in three working Americans saying their retirement savings are on track, according to a new study by Hearts & Wallets, the preeminent research platform for consumer savings and investing insights.
The study, Investor Mindset: Attitudes, Concerns, Beliefs & Goals, one of 10 sections of the Hearts & Wallets’ 2015 Investor Quantitative Database,™ provides a comprehensive overview of American family finances and investor buying patterns. Findings reveal one in three households have moderate to high anxiety in 2015 as compared to about one in four in 2013. The increase is driven by those with less than $100,000 in investable assets, but concerns are up across all income segments. Read More→