New York, NY — August 27, 2012 The Advisor Confidence Index (ACI), a benchmark that gauges advisor views on the U.S. economy and stock market, reports that advisor confidence fell in August, with the index slipping 2.29% from the July level to close at 96.49. Many advisors believe world economies, and investors, have become too dependent on quantitative easing from the central banks. “Investors continue to base portfolio decisions on the prospects of additional market ... Freemium Content

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