Morgan Stanley Wealth Management’s semi-annual Investor Pulse Poll discovers that investors are cautiously optimistic about the global economy—but wary of an interest rate hike.
Concern over an interest rate hike and a cautious optimism about the global economy were two key findings of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management’s semi-annual Investor Pulse Poll, which surveys a national sample of high-net-worth (HNW) investors aged 25 to 75 with investable assets of at least $100,000. About one third of respondents reported investable assets of $1 million or more.
Investors are expecting an interest rate hike,
but no consensus on whether a rate hike is a good thing.
Investors are cautiously optimistic about the economic outlook
and the future of their portfolios...
High-net-worth investors continue to have a positive view of the global economy over the next 12 months.
However, 54% of HNW investors feel there will be another recession within the next five years.
Many High-Net-Worth investors have no plans for increasing international investments in the near future...
Overall, Investors feel Financial Advisors can help them most with...
Additionally, the global and economic challenges that worry investors most are…